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    Rutter's Brings Back #SummerofFreedom Sweepstakes

    Free fuel for a year among prizes.

    YORK, Pa. — Rutter's Farm Stores is giving registered members of its Rutter's Rewards program the opportunity to win their choice of a 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport, Dodge Challenger RT, or Ram 1500 Big Horn Quad Cab with a single scan as part of its returning #SummerofFreedom Sweepstakes. Customers will also be entered to win free Rutter's gas for a year along with thousands of other prizes.

    The convenience store chain is making the sweepstakes bigger and better than last year by partnering with the Stetler Dodge Jeep Ram Chrysler dealership to give away a vehicle to one lucky Rutter's VIP Rewards Member at the end of the #SummerofFreedom. Other prizes include four winners of free Rutter's fuel for a year; four winners of free f'real milkshakes for a year; two winners of free coffee for a year, free Live Nation concert tickets; and other prizes.

    "We are so excited to make this year even better than last year. Stetler has really stepped it up a notch by allowing the winner of the vehicle to choose between 3 awesome options. Our customers look forward to this sweepstakes every year," said Derek Gaskins, chief customer officer. "Not only are they in the running to win a brand new car, but they are also able to win other prizes like free fuel or coffee for a year and products from Pepsi, Nestle Waters, Dr. Pepper/Snapple, Coke, Red Bull, Jack and Jill & Edy's ice cream and our Rutter's Dairy."

    Customers can enter from now through Sept. 3. Rutter's VIP members gain an entry by purchasing products with the entry star on them and scanning their Rutter's Rewards card or entering VIP information at checkout. They can also enter once per day on Rutter's Facebook change, test driving or getting an oil change at Stetler's or by mailing a three-inch-by-five-inch card to Rutter's corporate office.

    Rutter's is a family-owned convenience store chain operating more than 60 locations throughout central Pennsylvania.

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