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    • For Windows Vista:
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M&T Bank and NOCO Express Announce Sweepstakes

BUFFALO, N.Y.—M&T Bank and NOCO Express are offering Western New Yorkers a chance to win Free Gas for one year, along with four additional prizes of $100 NOCO gift cards awarded each month. The sweepstakes began Jan. 15, 2010 and ends March 31, 2010. Winners will be selected in a random drawing on or about April 15.

M&T Bank check cardholders will be automatically entered to win when they use any of the participating NOCO Express store ATMs. Use of the ATMs is free to M&T Bank cardholders. No purchase, account opening or obligation is necessary.

“With the cost of gas on the rise again, this sweepstakes offers M&T Bank cardholders a timely opportunity to win free gas for a year,” said Mike Shryne, senior vice president for alternative banking at M&T Bank. “This promotion extends our successful partnership with NOCO, which gives customers access to M&T Bank ATMs throughout one of Western New York’s leading convenience store chains.”

Entries can also be accepted by mail and must be received by March 31, 2010. The official rules can be found at www.mtb.com/nocogas.

NOCO Energy owns and operates a diverse group of businesses primarily focused on the sale and distribution of energy and petroleum products. For over 76 years, NOCO has provided the Western New York community with the highest quality heating fuels together with unmatched customer service. The company also operates more than 30 NOCO Express service stations and convenience stores throughout Western New York.
 

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