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Smith's opens fuel center in Kimball Junction

Published November 21, 2012 7:14 am
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Smith's Food & Drug Stores has opened a fuel station in the parking lot of its supermarket located at 1725 West Uinta Way in the Village at Kimball Junction, just off State Route 224 near the Olympic Park.

The station is comprised of eight filling nozzles and includes diesel fuel as an option, a courtesy air hose, a convenience-item case for snacks and a kiosk for the fuel attendant. Pumps are available 24 hours a day.

The adjacent grocery store will remain open while being remodeled. Construction is expected to be completed by spring.

"We are pleased to now offer our Park City customers fuel savings at our Smith's Express," said Abbi Kimball, Smith's Kimball Junction store director. "In fact, rewards points may be redeemed to save up to $2 per gallon through the remainder of the year."

Smith's, a division of the Kroger Co., operates 131 food stores and 79 fuel stations throughout seven western states, including 47 stores and 39 fuel stations in Utah.




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