BuzzLine: Lower Gas Prices

Gas prices across the country are dropping below $3.00 a gallon and with the U.S. oil industry producing its highest levels in 30 years, this could provide some long-term relief for American motorists. Currently, the lowest figure in the country is $2.877, and the prices could fall even lower.

This brings us to today’s BuzzLine contest. In this week’s contest, you get to pick a side:

If you were in PR for a national chain of gas stations and you were charged with promoting more fuel consumption with lower prices, tell us in exactly six words what your marketing messages might be:

OR, you can take the side of a conservationist and counter with exactly six words that argue for less fuel consumption:

Leave your answers in the comments and we’ll reward the winner with a Starbucks gift card! So whether you’re binging on Netflix or fighting crime, take a break, ‘cause it’s BuzzLine time.

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