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    Rutter's Pumps It Up

    Chain invests more than $200,000 to install the fastest fuel pumps allowed by state law.

    YORK, Pa. -- Rutter's Farm Stores is getting pumped up for the summer driving season, and has invested more than $200,000 to upgrade the speed of its gas pumps to the fastest allowed by state law -- 10 gallons per minute.

    The York, Pa.-based retailer is one of the highest-volume petroleum retailers in central Pennsylvania. Rutter's sells gas at 46 of its 50 convenience stores in York, Adams, Cumberland, Franklin and Lancaster counties.

    "We recognize how valuable our customers' time is and how fast their lives move," Rutter's president Scott Hartman said. "That's why we have focused on delivering key improvements to our business operations to get customers in and out faster -- and happier."

    Rutter's is touting its fast gas pumps and a number of other amenities under the banner of "Convenience at the speed of life," including a newly upgraded credit network that provides faster, encrypted credit- and debit-card transactions; no-surcharge ATMs; touch-screen food-order kiosks; the lowest-priced cigarettes allowed by law, and 93-octane premium gas.

    Rutter's Farm Stores is part of the family-owned Rutter's companies, which also include Rutter's Dairy and M&G Realty, a real estate holding company.

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