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Mar 30, 2017 - Tampa Bay Times
Board and Executive Moves

Tampa residents may be overpaying at the pump. A new study by GasBuddy, a price-comparison app for gas, found that when gas prices are low (as they currently are), consumers are more likely to pay more than they need to for gas. "We're in a relative period of tranquility and affordability at the pump, and so the data suggests Americans are at particular risk right now of overspending on gasoline," said Patrick DeHaan, senior petroleum analyst for GasBuddy. Tampa residents this year have been pay

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