They all need it, the big ones, the little ones, the new ones, the classic ones, and with an unexpected break we'll all be able to get gas even cheaper than before.
Sam Maredia, Pop-In Texaco store manager, said, "They're significantly going down and down; that's good because people like to travel; it's good for the business and a lot of people come to Panama City. We might make some money."
Gas prices have dropped about 10 cents since last week, and AAA predicts prices drop another 10 cents by the end of this week.
These price cuts are attributed to summer coming to an end, less traveling, and reduced demand.
The Oil Price Information Services even predicts prices will drop closer to $2 by Thanksgiving, giving many people reason to be thankful!
So get your fill now while this price break lasts. Did you ever think the day would come that $2.79 a gallon of gas was a break?