LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The defense didn't rest until 250 Louisville drivers had put 15 gallons each of 99 cent gasoline in their cars.
The Becker Law Office sponsored the cheap fuel fill-ups Tuesday
as a way of what managing partner Kevin Renfro called giving back to the community.
The Courier-Journal reported drivers began lining up at a Chevron station near Interstate 65 around midnight. They had paid $15 for a voucher allowing them 15 gallons of cheap fuel.
Station manager Martha Haycraft said the law firm paid the rest of the cost.
The state also increased its fuel tax to 21.1 cents on Tuesday.
Information from: The Courier-Journal,
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