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ByJacy Lance

Sal Risalvato discusses rising gas prices with NJ Today reporter Dari Kotzker(NJTV | NJ Today with Mike Schneider)

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NJGCA Executive Director, Sal Risalvato, speaks with NJ Today reporter Dari Kotzker on the rising price of gasoline.  Sal said that lower national crude oil inventories, a slight uptick in demand for petroleum products, as well as political instability in Egypt potentially affecting oil shipments in the region are causing the price of oil to increase.

ByJacy Lance

NJGCA responds to AG’s allegations(News12 NJ | Segment 2)

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June 26, 2008 — NJGCA held the press conference in response to Attorney General Anne Milgram announcement that 350 gasoline stations were given violations for “scamming” state motorists as part of a statewide statewide gasoline retailer inspection sweep.

NJGCA Executive Director Sal Risalvato has argued that the allegations are false and utterly misleading. NJGCA believes that Milgram and public officials are seeking headlines in response to rising consumer anger over gas prices. In truth, most of the violations were for minor infractions that were administrative in nature, and not dishonest or misleading toward customers. Nevertheless, the citations made headlines and undeservedly damaged the reputations of small business owners.

ByJacy Lance

Risalvato fires back at Milgram accusations(NJN | NJN News)

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June 26, 2008 — NJGCA Executive Director Sal Risalvato appeared on NJN’s nightly news program after hosting a press conference defending small business retailers from false and misleading allegations.  NJGCA held the press conference in response to Attorney General Anne Milgram announcement last week that 350 gasoline stations were given violations for “scamming” state motorists as part of a statewide statewide gasoline retailer inspection sweep.  Sal and NJGCA believe that Milgram and public officials are seeking headlines in response to rising consumer anger over gas prices.  In truth, most of the violations were for minor infractions that were administrative in nature, and not dishonest or misleading toward customers.  Nevertheless, the citations made headlines and undeservedly damaged the reputations of small business owners.

 

ByJacy Lance

Association defends station owners from misleading claims(My9 | The Ten O’Clock News)

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June 26, 2008 — NJGCA held the press conference in response to Attorney General Anne Milgram announcement that 350 gasoline stations were given violations for “scamming” state motorists as part of a statewide statewide gasoline retailer inspection sweep.

NJGCA Executive Director Sal Risalvato has argued that the allegations are false and utterly misleading.  NJGCA believes that Milgram and public officials are seeking headlines in response to rising consumer anger over gas prices.  In truth, most of the violations were for minor infractions that were administrative in nature, and not dishonest or misleading toward customers.  Nevertheless, the citations made headlines and undeservedly damaged the reputations of small business owners.