Local bank to giveaway FREE GAS in Murfreesboro (Please Share)

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A local bank in Murfreesboro is helping the community in a major way... they will take the reins of a local gas station and buy gas for those who are running low (first 200 vehicles).

Wilson Bank & Trust told WGNS that next Friday, September 19th, they will be at the Shell Gas Station on Greenland Drive at Middle Tennessee Boulevard filling up your automobile gas tank. Bank employees say they will personally put $20 worth of gas in your car.

Reports indicate the bank will give the $20 worth of gas to the first 200-customers on Friday, September the 19th between the hours of 11 AM and 1 PM.


No strings are attached and the $20 bucks worth of gas will be absolutely free, thanks to the generosity of Wilson Bank & Trust.

According to Wilson Bank & Trust:


Over the past few years, the too-big-to-fail megabanks have issued rising bank fees, and the average monthly service fee in Murfreesboro is now a staggering $12 a month. As a local bank, Wilson Bank & Trust will give back to their community and showcase the many benefits they offer consumers; including the free Kasasa® reward checking accounts, superior personal service, refunds on ATM fees nationwide, and no minimum balance requirements to earn rewards or maintain the account.

  • WHEN: Friday, September 19 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • WHAT: Wilson Bank & Trust will take over a local Shell station and pump $20 in gas to the first 200 customers to give back to the Murfreesboro community.
  • WHO: Wilson Bank & Trust employees will personally pump free gas and speak with local residents about why they should consider banking with their community institution.
  • WHERE: Shell Gas at 1207 Greenland Drive, Murfreesboro, TN


Ian Toner, Comcommunications Strategy Group

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