Fishkill/Wappingers Drivers Can Get Free Gas For a Whole Year
Hudson Valley residents have the opportunity to fill up their tank worry-free for an entire year.
That's the offer being made to Hudson Valley drivers this month. It's all a part of the annual "Tanks-Giving" food drive held by the Boris & Robyn Show on 101.5 WPDH. The morning radio show is broadcasting from a different gas station each week giving you a chance to win free gas for a year.
All you need to do is bring a bag of non-perishable food to donate to the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley. While you drop off your donation you'll instantly enter to win a $1,000 gas card that will keep you filled up all year long.
Already, WPDH listeners have raised 6,601 meals for families in the Hudson Valley. With your help, we can get closer to our goal of 10,000 meals!
The first three events happened at the Mobil Foam & Wash in Poughkeepsie and QuickChek locations in Newburgh and Middletown. Dozens of huge boxes of food were collected as well as a mountain of cash donations. The Food Bank of the Hudson Valley can turn every dollar raised into four meals for a Hudson Valley family in need.
Your last chance to enter to win the year's supply of free gas is this Friday, November 22 at Flory’s on Route 9 in Fishkill across from Walmart. The Boris & Robyn Show will broadcast live from 6am to 10am. Just show up at any time during the show to drop off your food and enter to win a year's supply of free gas.
Listen to the Boris & Robyn Show weekday mornings from 6AM to 10AM on 101.5 WPDH through your WPDH mobile app. Connect with WPDH on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
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