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TOPEKA, Kan. -- The Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association of Kansas (PMCA) will spread some holiday cheer by donating gasoline for Kansas Highway Patrol (KHP) cars Dec. 23through Jan. 1, according to a report in the Kansas The Capital-Journal .
KHP superintendent Col. William Seck called the gift a tremendous benefit to the Kansas Highway Patrol.
"I am grateful for the PMCA's generous gift, which not only supports the Patrol but also saves the taxpayers' money," he told The Capital-Journal .
The association has supported the annual Holiday Highway Safety Program through fuel donations for the past 15 years. Last year's donation was estimated at about 1,500 gallons of fuel valued at $2,445 when gas cost an average of $1.63 per gallon.