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Gasoline values reach historic levels in the United States (US) due in part to the war between Russia and Ukraine. Faced with this complicated situation, Jaswiendre Singh, owner of a gas station in Phoenix, Arizona, decided to offer cheaper prices to help his community. It didn’t take long for this incredible story to become viral through the social networks.
Jaswiendre Singh sold a gallon of gasoline almost half a dollar (5.19) below the average cost ($5.68) from other stations in the North American city, according to the American Automobile Association (AAA).
NBCnews explained that Singh, who resides in phoenix for more than 20 years, works from 4 in the morning until midnight all week. According to him he commented, his wife, Ramandeep Kauralso helps him in the establishment.
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Jaswiendre has many expenses to cover, but ensures that “help humanity” and its religious values (professes Sikhism) influenced his idea of keeping gasoline prices low. “Money doesn’t move us. We teach our children to do the same. If you have something, you should share it with other people.” explained the father of the family.
Singh said he can make up for the loss of money with the profits he makes from shopping inside his store. “Money doesn’t move us. We teach our children to do the same. If you have something, you should share it with other people.” held.
Most customers not only go to the gas station, but also take the opportunity to visit the store and buy some products. Therefore, Jaswiendre felt it was important to repay their trust during this ‘crisis’.