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    More Winners in Rutter's Register, Scan and Win Sweepstakes

    Customers who scan their registered Rutter's Rewards card are entered into the monthly drawings.

    YORK, Pa. -- Rutter's Farm Stores added a little sunshine to the rainy end of summer in central Pennsylvania this week by announcing the latest set of winners in its Register, Scan and Win Sweepstakes. Customers who scan their registered Rutter's Rewards card are entered into the monthly prize drawings every time their card is scanned during that month.

    Prizes for August included a free month of gas; flat-screen television; $1 added to their Rutter's Rewards card balances; a Rutter's cheese steak; a Coca-Cola 12-pack; and a car wash.

    The Rutter's Rewards program allows customers to accumulate rewards in the form of cents off per gallon of fuel. More than 1,600 items in Rutter's Farm Stores have anywhere from 1-cent to 10-cent reward values assigned to them. Customers earn rewards on each qualifying purchase they make. These rewards are redeemable immediately, but also valid for 60 days from the date each one is earned.

    "Our program makes it easy for customers to earn lots of rewards. We also give our customers a lot more time to accumulate and redeem rewards, so most of our customers see really big savings at the pump compared to a few cents here and there with other programs," stated Jeff Leedy, Rutter's chief customer officer. "A Rutter's customer who buys a coffee and a sandwich on the way to work every morning will spend about $20, but will walk away with at least 10 cents in rewards. Many programs require a $50 or $100 purchase to earn 10 cents in rewards. Our program is much more user-friendly comparatively."

    More details about the Rutter's Rewards program and the Register, Scan and Win Sweepstakes can be found at www.ruttersrewards.com.

    York, Pa.-based Rutter's Farm Stores is a family-owned and third generation-managed business operating 56 convenience stores throughout central Pennsylvania.

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