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Newton Falls man wins free fuel fill-ups

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A Newton Falls man doesn't have to worry about the price of gasoline for a while.

Larry Greathouse is the grand prize winner of Sunoco's Free Fuel Contest.

Greathouse was officially awarded $5,000 worth of fuel during a ceremony at the Newton Falls Sunoco on Milton Boulevard Wednesday.

He won the prize after a company representative spotted a Sunoco decal on the back of his Chevy pickup truck.

The winner says he'll use the fuel to visit his two sons in Texas and Tennessee more often.

He told 21 News that never won anything before, except for his wife.

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