Free Gas In Georgetown

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Updated: 6/22/2012 11:53 pm
Drivers flocked to Georgetown Friday to cash in on an offer of free gas.
Members of Total Grace Baptist Church were at Fast Max gas station on Cincinnati Drive giving away 350 gallons of gas.
T
he pastor of the church said it was a good way to get the word out about the Lexington Church's new branch in Georgetown.

The pastor says it was also about something bigger than that, "It's just kind of in our DNA to do outreach. Any way we can be a blessing to the community, we try to do so, so we just figured this would be a good way to lighten up the load on somebody's week and let them know that Total Grace is in town."
The church pre-paid for $1000 in gas...Each driver was given $20 in free fuel.
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