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Pump-n-Pantry and Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission Kick-Off Trout Fishing Season

CITGO Retailer Plans Special Promotions on Opening Day

MONTROSE, Pa., April 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CITGO Retailer Pump-n-Pantry is partnering with the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission (PFBC) to thank loyal customers and to keep trout anglers coming back. On April 12, the opening day of trout fishing season, 17 Pump-n-Pantry locations in Pennsylvania's Northern Tier, including four CITGO-branded stations, will offer free fresh-brewed coffee, hot chocolate or cappuccino to each customer who visits the store and displays an official 2014 Pennsylvania fishing license.

"In April, it's still cold in Pennsylvania, but you'll see people shoulder-to-shoulder in the streams where we operate chasing the first trout of the season," said Pump-n-Pantry president Scott Quigg. "This is the first time the PFBC has approached us about this type of promotion and we were excited to help kick-off the season. With support from CITGO, we're able to offer opportunities for trout anglers to win free fuel during a time when fuel costs are a concern. Anglers are a big part of our customer base. We're glad to be able to give back to our most loyal patrons and help keep them warm out in those cold waters."

In addition to a free hot beverage in exchange for proof of a valid Pennsylvania state fishing license, all eligible customers at the four participating Pump-n-Pantry CITGO stations will be entered for a chance to win one of 200 $5 CITGO Gift Cards. To enter, visit any of the following locations:

  • Pump-n-Pantry CITGO at 82 South Main St., Mansfield, Pa.
  • Pump-n-Pantry CITGO at 1 North Main St., Tioga, Pa.
  • Pump-n-Pantry CITGO at 9076 Rt. 414, Canton, Pa.
  • Pump-n-Pantry CITGO at 2 Springbrook Drive, Canton, Pa.

Founded in 1975, Pump-n-Pantry has 17 convenient locations in Northern Pennsylvania. The more than 200 Pump-n-Pantry employees are some of the most experienced and friendliest people in the quick service retail industry. For nearly four decades, the company and its dedicated team have delivered quick quality service at clean and convenient stores. Pump-n-Pantry and its team of associates play an active role in their communities by supporting local organizations, including libraries and literacy programs, scholarships, sports teams, youth groups, fire departments, community relief agencies and local branches of organizations such as the Red Cross and the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).

CITGO is committed to giving back to the neighborhoods it serves through its network of nearly 6,000 locally owned locations. CITGO Marketers and Retailers in Pennsylvania, including Pump-n-Pantry, own and operate nearly 250 CITGO locations and are proud to support their communities. For more information on the positive impact of the locally owned CITGO stations, visit www.fuelinggood.com.

CITGO, based in Houston, is a refiner, transporter and marketer of transportation fuels, lubricants, petrochemicals and other industrial products. The company is owned by PDV America, Inc., an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A., the national oil company of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. For more information visit www.CITGO.com.

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