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July 24, 2006

Rutter's



YORK, Pa. - For three Rutter's customers, the price of gasoline won't be an issue for the next three years.

Rutter's "Fuel Up Free!" gas giveaway began July 3 and ends Oct. 1. Rutter's will award three monthly grand prizes: free gas for three years. The winners will be drawn Aug. 15, Sept. 15 and Oct. 15.

During the giveaway, Rutter's is offering weekly food or beverage specials. With each purchase of a special, a customer receives an entry blank. No purchase is necessary to enter, Rutter's said in a prepared release.

Participants must be at least 18 years old and residents of Pennsylvania or Maryland at the time of entry.

Official giveaway rules are available at all Rutter's and at www.rutters.com.

Rutter's operates 50 convenience stores in Franklin, York, Adams and Lancaster counties in Pennsylvania.

Lane Bryant



Lane Bryant, which sells fashions for women sizes 14-28, has opened a Lane Bryant outlet store at Prime Outlets at Hagerstown.

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The Lane Bryant outlet store will offer career, casual and social occasion looks as well as accessories and shoes. In addition to carrying the Cacique lingerie line offered at Lane Bryant stores, the Lane Bryant outlet store will offer customers intimate apparel from national brands including Bali and Playtex.

The opening of the new store at Prime Outlets is part of an ongoing expansion by Lane Bryant Outlets. The company plans to open 82 stores nationwide by the end of this year, according to a prepared release.

B-Dry System



WILLIAMSPORT - B-Dry System Inc., a basement waterproofing franchise, recently celebrated its 12,000th waterproofing installation in the region that encompasses parts of Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia and Virginia.

B-Dry System, established in 1958, is a national company that provides the installation of a patented basement waterproofing system with 40 franchised locations across the United. States. Waterproofing installers are bonded and the work is guaranteed for the life of the structure.

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