Cheaper Than Water

August 2006
Convenience Store News;8/28/2006, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p10
Trade Publication
The article informs that two stores in Clovis, New Mexico entered into a price war and began selling gasoline for as low as 49 cents per gallon. Dan McCurdy, director of communications at Town and Country Stores, told that the store promised to stay price competitive in the neighborhood. After the store lowered its price; the Allsups store reduced its price to 49 cents a gallon.


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