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    Giant Food Stores Opens 100th Fuel Station

    The grocery chain introduced its first fueling location in 1998.

    SOUDERTON, Pa. – Pennsylvania-based grocery chain Giant Food Stores will open its 100th fuel station this Wednesday, Dec. 19, in the parking lot of its Giant store at 760 Route 113 in Souderton, Pa.

    “Since we opened our first fuel station in 1998, Giant has been committed to offering customers the convenience of filling their grocery carts and gas tanks with one-stop shopping,” said Rick Herring, president of Carlisle, Pa.-based Giant/Martin’s, a division of Ahold USA. “Our customers’ overwhelming response to this added convenience and their enthusiastic support of our ‘Gas Extra Rewards’ program have helped us to achieve this 100th-station milestone.”

    A ribbon-cutting ceremony will mark the grand opening, and all gas customers will receive a free coffee coupon between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m., with cake served from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Additionally, for every $100 spent using a Bonuscard on grocery and pharmacy out-of-pocket expenses at any Giant, they’ll get 10 cents off per gallon of gas when they fill up, under the “Gas Extra Rewards” loyalty program. Points can be earned and redeemed now through Jan. 19.

    The new Souderton station includes 12 fuel pumps, each offering pay at the pump, along with gas mitts to keep hands clean, waterless hand soap and free air pumps.

    Operating under the Giant Food Stores and Martin’s banners, the company has stores in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia.

     

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