Free Gas Anyone? Gas Station TV Is Giving It Away

Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief

Gas Station TV (GSTV) just announced that it will give away USD 50 gas cards to lucky winners through May 31, 2012 AND one lucky grand prizewinner will receive a year’s worth of free gas (valued at US 3,000) through it’s new **GSTV (**4788) mobile platform.

During the sweepstakes GSTV will air promotional content on the network encouraging viewers to enter the sweepstakes by simply dialing **GSTV (**4788) from any mobile phone.

Each day during the program period 10 callers will be randomly selected as a winner of a USD 50 gas card. Win or lose, daily entries will automatically put callers in the running for the grand prize.

In addition to the sweepstakes, GSTV viewers will also be able to receive access to promotions such as mobile app downloads, coupons and videos.

GSTV is the exclusive network provider of the StarStar technology in the gas space, and its custom promotional platform program is the first time the technology has been used in such a manner.

“What better way could there be to launch **GSTV than rewarding our viewers with the chance to win free gas,” said David Leider, CEO of Gas Station TV. “And this is just the beginning,” he continued. “We are thrilled to be partnered with StarStar to provide this unique technology and are excited about the additional value will be able to offer our consumers.”

“We’re delighted to see StarStar put to use in such a creative way,” said Joe Gillespie, President and CEO of StarStar from Zoove. “The simplicity, power and reach of the StarStar platform makes it a great solution for GSTV to offer the on-the-go consumer valuable offers and opportunities.”

No purchase or payment of any kind is necessary to enter or win the **GSTV (**4788) sweepstakes. See Official Rules at for complete details.

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