Parker’s has officially rolled back gas prices for PumpPal members by 10 cents at all 27 Parker’s locations in Georgia and South Carolina through the end of the year as a special thank you to customers. The 10-cent club price discount is effective immediately and is available through midnight on Dec. 31, 2012.
“We’re proud to be the area’s gas leader and are leading the way by offering this early holiday gift to our loyal PumpPal members,” said Greg Parker, president and CEO of Parker’s. “At Parker’s we understand that money can be especially tight as we approach the holiday season. We hope this discount makes life a little bit easier for our customers.”
The company’s PumpPal club, which has nearly 57,000 members throughout Georgia and South Carolina, has saved customers $2 million since the program first launched in February of 2011. Customers can pick up a free PumpPal card at any Parker’s location and sign up online at www.PumpPalClub.com.
Parker’s is known for giving back to the community and supports education through the company’s popular Fueling the Community program, which donates one cent of every gallon of gas purchased on the first Wednesday of the month to community schools. The company’s charitable initiative donates money to public and private schools in every community where Parker’s does business.
Parker’s is the corporate sponsor of the City of Savannah’s Picnic in the Park, which takes place on Sunday, Oct. 7 from 2 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Forsyth Park. Picnic in the Park will feature a full afternoon and evening of live music, family activities and cultural entertainment.
Parker’s currently operates 27 convenience stores across the region and plans to open additional locations in Chatham, Liberty, Effingham, Bulloch, Jasper and Beaufort counties within the next year.
The company’s newest location in Garden City is set to open later this month. A new convenience store on Hwy. 21 in Rincon will open in December 2012.