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By Christian Jennings - bio | email

November 12, 2008

BAINBRIDGE, GA (WALB) - Gotta love these falling gas prices....it was down to 1.89 in Bainbridge today.  We found a lot of drivers filling their tanks.

The Mr. Pips store dropped unleaded 8 cents from yesterday. Their price is about 10 cents cheaper than surrounding stations. Customers said they appreciate the relief on their wallets.

"We're able to eat lunch out here everyday because the gas is so low here at Mr. Pip's," says Scott Greenway of Bainbridge.

"Oh I think it's great. It's about time gas came down. It's going to make my pocket book feel a lot better," says another driver Gladys Ellis.

When we asked the station manager how they could afford to have the price this low. They simply said they do it for the customers. Feedback