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WEST DES MOINES, Iowa -- Kum & Go, operator of more than 430 convenience stores based here, recently opened a 3,400-square-foot store in Owasso, Okla., making it the second new Kum & Go c-store to open in the town in less than a month, the company stated.
"We're ecstatic to offer our fourth store to the residents of Owasso," Kyle Krause, Kum & Go president and CEO, said in a statement. "We have built great relationships with businesses and patrons within the community and hope to continue that partnership. We appreciate the business Owasso has given us, and we will continue to provide superior service in addition to offering a large selection of quality products."
The store, which took a little more than four months to build, features environmentally friendly construction, including heavily insulated glass, LED cooler door lights and energy-efficient coolers, the company stated.
The forecourt features 16 conventional fueling stations with gasoline and diesel fuels, and four fueling stations with E85 fuel, making it the first in the town -- and the 29th in the chain -- to offer this alternative fuel, the company stated.
Inside the store, the new Kum & Go features Java Ridge Premium Coffee, Go Fresh Market Sandwiches, Nuclear energy drinks and Nutri2O nutraceutical waters, according to the company. In addition, the new location will feature a variety of the Kum & Go's proprietary Hiland brand potato chips, bottled water, cookies and candy, the report stated.
The new store is the fourth location in Owasso, and the 47th Kum & Go store in the state of Oklahoma. The chain is not finished here, and plans to continue its growth in the state with two new stores -- in Lone Chimney and Coweta -- scheduled to open later this year, the company stated.