ALBANY, GA (WALB) - The lowest gas in the state is in Donalsonville, where one station is selling it for $2.89.
Other stations just down the street are selling gas ten cents higher at $3.09. But not the Mr. Pipps.
They've had this price since Wednesday morning. Needless to say, people were lined up at the pumps.
Everyone we talked to was excited about the cheap fuel.
"I'm better than 3/4 of a tank, but I thought I'd stop and top off anyway," said one driver.
"I'm glad, everybody should be happy," said another.
"$2.89, who could beat that price?" said a third.
The station's owner says they're selling their gas so low because they want to help boost the economy, and show appreciation for their customers.
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