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Wailuku Resident Wins Minit Stop Summer Blast Giveaway

August 31, 2018, 1:02 PM HST
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Left to right: Jon Miyabuchi, Vice President of Minit Stop, (Winner) Scott Louis , Minit Stop Mascot Chicken. Photo Credit: Hawaiʻi Pretoleum Inc.

Minit Stop (MS) is excited to congratulate Wailuku resident Scott Louis for winning their 2018 Summer Blast Giveaway. As the winner, he will receive two round-trip tickets to Las Vegas on Alaska Airlines, a two-night stay at the MGM Grand Hotel, and two tickets to the 25th Annual Professional Bull Riders Championship Rodeo. He will also receive two Monster backpacks, two hats and two belt buckles, and a $200 VISA gift card.

Louis will be traveling to Hawaiʻi’s “Ninth Island” with his girlfriend. “We’re very excited, but still kind of in shock,” Louis told MS on the phone.  He said that he was last in Las Vegas about a year ago, and he “hopes to take in a show,” besides attending the rodeo.

The winner said he usually shops at the MS Dairy Road location and entered the Summer Blast Giveaway on the MS App. Besides buying gas at ʻOhana Fuels and participating in the company’s “Fuel up. Do good” Community Giving Program, he said he enjoys the crunchy egg rolls and home style chili served at the MS deli.

“It’s great to be able to reward our loyal customers for their patronage with trips like this,” said Jon Miyabuchi, Vice President of Hawaiʻi Petroleum’s MS division. “A big Mahalo goes out to Maui Soda & Ice, Monster, and Alaska Airlines for their sponsorship of our 2018 Summer Blast Giveaway. We encourage all of our customers to download the MS App.  You could be the next big winner!”

More information on Hawaiʻi Petroleum Inc., Minit Stop, and the Summer Blast Giveaway can be found on Hawaiʻi Petroleumʻs website. 

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