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LOUDOUN, Va. -- The Sweet Springs gas and convenience store in Loudoun, Va. is expected to be reopened by the end of the year following its acquisition this week by Holtzman Oil Corp., which operates or distributes fuel to more than 90 convenience stores in Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland under brands such as BP, Shell and Liberty Petroleum.
Sweet Springs, a popular stop for West Virginia commuters near the Loudoun County border, had been in bankruptcy. It was owned by a partnership of three Loudoun families, according to Leesburg (Va.) Today.
William Holtzman, president of Holtzman Oil, said the $1.5 million purchase included the store, along with four houses and 25 acres.
The store will sell groceries, Blimpies subs, Godfather's Pizza, and Liberty gas.
"It will reopen as soon as we can remodel it," Holtzman said, adding the property was a lucky find. "It's so difficult to get a location in Loudoun."