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    Price Chopper Launches Fuel Program in Two Markets

    SCHENECTADY, N.Y. -- Price Chopper here is today rolling out its 'Fuel AdvantEdge' program in the Worcester, Mass. and Putnam, Conn. marketplaces, in partnership with 12 local Sunoco stations.

    SCHENECTADY, N.Y. -- Price Chopper here is today rolling out its 'Fuel AdvantEdge' program in the Worcester, Mass. and Putnam, Conn. marketplaces, in partnership with 12 local Sunoco stations.

    The ongoing cumulative savings/reward program, which debuted last year as a way to build additional value into the Price Chopper AdvantEdge loyalty card, gives consumers a 10 cent-per-gallon discount on gasoline purchases for every $50 of groceries purchased, a 20 cent-per-gallon discount for every $100 of groceries purchased, a 30 cent-per-gallon discount for every $150 of groceries purchased, and so on.

    Unlike other reward programs, consumers can amass their points/dollars spent across a 90-day timeframe and cash in on their gasoline discount at their convenience for as many as 20 gallons, turning saved dimes into dollars.

    "What better way to reward our customers for choosing Price Chopper than by offering them great prices at the supermarket that translate to significant savings at the gas pump?" noted Price Chopper president and c.e.o. Neil Golub.

    The family-owned Golub Corp. operates over 100 Price Chopper grocery stores in New York, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Hampshire. Golub's approximately 25,000 associates collectively own 55 percent of the company's privately held stock.

    Philadelphia-based Sunoco is a leading manufacturer and marketer of petroleum and petrochemical products.

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