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Met-Ed Makes Water and Ice Available to Customers


READING, Pa., Oct. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Met-Ed customers who lost power as a result of Hurricane Sandy can receive one bag of ice and two gallons of water at no charge at any Giant Food Store, Redner or Redner Quick Shoppes or at select emergency response facilities throughout Met-Ed's service territory.  Due to the high demand for water and ice prior to the storm, supplies are limited.

Participating stores and locations include (alphabetical, by town):

Redner, 2300 Lehigh Street, Allentown

Redner, 1201 Airport Road, Allentown

Redner Quick Shoppe, 1135 Airport Road, Allentown

Redner Quick Shoppe, 26 Main Street, Bally

Redner, 2506 Knight's Road, Bensalem

Redner Quick Shoppe, 6719 Bernville Road, Bernville

Redner, 116 County Line Road, Boyertown

Redner, 447 Uwchlan Avenue, Chester Springs

Redner, 201 Second Avenue, Collegeville

Redner, 11 Douglassville Shopping Center, Douglassville

Redner, 3745 Nicholas Street, Easton (Palmer)

Redner, 423 N. Reading Road, Ephrata

Redner Quick Shoppe, 3401 Pricetown Road, Fleetwood

Redner, 2975 Route 22, Fredericksburg

Redner Quick Shoppe, Rt.22 & Blue Mtn. Road, Fredericksburg

Buck County EMA - Nockamizon Twp Bldg, 589 Lake Warren Rd, Ferndale

Redner, 500 Hawk Ridge Drive, Hamburg

Redner, 22 Forest Drive, Hegins

Redner, 5479 Pottsville Pike, Leesport

Redner, 1361 Lincoln Highway, Levittown

Pike County EMA - Dingmans Fire Hall, 680 Log Cabin Road, Milford

Redner, 184 Market Street, Nesquehoning

Redner, 1200 Welsh Road, North Wales

Redner, 101 Held Drive, Northampton

Redner Quick Shoppe, 33 W. 21st Street, Northampton

Redner, 459 North 3rd Street, Oxford

Redner, 110 Northside Commons, Palmyra

Redner Quick Shoppe, 112 Northside Commons, Palmyra

Redner, 202 Schuylkill Road, Phoenixville

Redner, 2000 N. Township Boulevard, Pittston

Redner, 1300 N. Charlotte Street, Pottstown

Redner Quick Shoppe, 367 High Street, Pottstown

Redner, 701 S. West End Boulevard, Quakertown

Redner, 801 Carsonia Avenue, Reading

Redner, 3205 N. 5th Street Highway, Reading

Redner, 300 Kenhorst Plaza, Reading

Redner, 5462 Shelborne Road, Reading

Redner Quick Shoppe, 1137 Commons Boulevard, Reading

Redner Quick Shoppe, 5450 Perkiomen Avenue, Reading

Redner Quick Shoppe, 8380 Allentown Pk., Reading

Redner, 58 East Sixth Street, Red Hill

Redner, 191 Manheim Road, Schuylkill Haven

Redner, 550 7th Avenue, Scranton

Redner, Box #1 Gold Star Plaza, Shenandoah

Redner Quick Shoppe, 8 Gold Star Plaza, Shenandoah

Redner, 4870 Penn Avenue, Sinking Spring

Redner Quick Shoppe, 4800 Penn Ave, Sinking Spring

Redner Quick Shoppe, 1304 N. Reading Road, Stevens

Monroe County EMA Center, 100 Gypsum Road, Stroudsburg

Redner, Trexlertown Plaza - Route 222, Trexlertown

Redner, 1661 Easton Road, Warrington

Redner Quick Shoppe, 2320 Penn Ave, West Lawn

Redner, 2180 MacArthur Road, Whitehall

For updated information on FirstEnergy's current outages, our storm restoration process and tips for staying safe, visit the 24/7 Power Center at  Updates will also be provided via Twitter @Met_Ed.

FirstEnergy (NYSE: FE) is a diversified energy company dedicated to safety, reliability and operational excellence.  Its 10 electric distribution companies form one of the nation's largest investor-owned electric systems, serving customers in Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and West Virginia.  Its generation subsidiaries control more than 20,000 megawatts of capacity from a diversified mix of scrubbed coal, non-emitting nuclear, natural gas, hydro, pumped-storage hydro and other renewables.  Follow FirstEnergy on Twitter @FirstEnergyCorp.

SOURCE FirstEnergy

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