Mistake at Plover Station Leaves Would-be Customers Feeling Empty

By: WSAW Staff
By: WSAW Staff

With rising gas prices, many of us would go out of our way to find a bargain, and drivers in Plover found one close to home.

That's because a gas station there mistakenly advertised its gasoline as $.37 cents at the pump.

Word spread quickly through social media, and hundreds of cars soon lined up to take advantage.

In the end, the station manager shut down the pumps, and unhappy would-be customers were told to go home and to file any complaints with the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection.


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