FOREST, Va. (WFXR) — A new 76 gas station in Forest is offering a bunch of prizes and $0.76 per gallon of fuel on Tuesday in honor of its first annual Customer Appreciation Celebration.
Starting at noon on Tuesday, July 6, the first 76 vehicles in line at the 76 Station at 17867 Forest Road in Forest can fill up with regular unleaded fuel for $0.76 per gallon when using the pre-downloaded My 76 App.
“We’re excited to reintroduce the 76 brand to our neighbors in Forest, and we are committed to job creation and investing in the community,” said Shiv Patel, CEO of Heas Energy and local 76 gas station wholesaler. “In addition to the $0.76 fuel promotion on 7/6, the 17867 Forest Road location will feature specials from our deli from noon to 3 p.m., along with offers from 5-hour ENERGY, Hershey’s, and a free 2-liter bottle of Pepsi for every fill-up of 8 gallons or more using the My 76 App. We’ll also conduct a raffle for a 50-inch flat-screen TV.”
In addition to the promotion at the 76 gas station along Forest Road, Patel will host 76 Customer Appreciation events at four other central Virginia gas stations on Tuesday, each offering a chance to win a flat-screen TV and a free two-liter bottle of Pepsi with a fill-up of at least eight gallons using the My 76 App.
As a way to support the brand`s community service endeavors, the company says a contribution will be made to Lynchburg Daily Bread.
Here is a list of the four other Customer Appreciation events taking place on Tuesday in the Lynchburg area:
- Noon to 3 p.m. at 12200 E. Lynchburg Salem Turnpike in Forest
- Noon to 3 p.m. at 7721 Richmond Highway in Appomattox
- Noon to 3 p.m. at 3001 Memorial Avenue in Lynchburg
- Noon to 3 p.m. at 4069 S. Amherst Highway in Madison Heights
At each of the Customer Appreciation events, customers will have a chance to play Wheel of Destiny, where they can instantly win $5, $10, $25, or up to $500 in fuel credit when they fill up with at eight or more gallons of fuel using the My 76 App.
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