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Big Bear Offers Cheap Gas For Las Vegans
Big Bear Offers Cheap Gas For Las Vegans

AIR DATE: July 26, 2012

If you're looking to take a quick road trip to cooler weather, but don't want to pay high gas prices, Big Bear Lake Resort has got you covered. The resort is giving residents of Las Vegas $2.49 in gas if they take a trip up to the lake. We talk with a representative from Big Bear about luring Las Vegans with cheap gas.

Dan McKernan, Director of Marketing and PR, Big Bear Lake Resort Association

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    Just take a 60-mile trip over the hump to Pahrump and save $0.40 or so per gallon. You can bet that that price difference is due to extra taxes and/or special fuel blend requirements in Clark Counnty (Pahrump is in Nye County). Get government out of the way and we'd all be fueling up cheaper.
    Tom HurstJul 24, 2012 10:28:58 AM
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