Some gas stations in Valdosta are hoping business will pick up as people head home from this holiday weekend. Gas stations just off of exit 22 on I-75 said they noticed an increase in business Friday, but it was fairly slow the rest of the weekend. "Friday, we were very busy with a lot of people traveling on the highway, and a lot of people come in my store," explained Qaisar Iqbal, owner of the Citgo gas station at exit 22. Iqbal said he is expecting business to pick up later in the week as more people start heading home.
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