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Flying J Adds Two Locations to Fuel Network

Flying J is pleased to announce two locations to its network in Red Deer, Alberta and Jarrell, Texas.



Press Release

On March 3, 2009 Flying J opened a new fuel stop off Highway 2 & 11 at 6606 67th Street in Red Deer, Alberta. This new location sits where a former Flying J cardlock once stood. The facility was replaced with a fuel stop providing guests with five commercial diesel lanes, 12 gasoline lanes, one RV lane, 26 parking spaces, four private showers, drivers’ lounge, an ATM, Scan & Go kiosk, overnight truck parking, truck propane and a hot/cold deli.



The Sonterra Travel Center in Jarrell, Texas will be the newest dealership to join the Flying J network on Tuesday, March 10, 2009. Jarrell is 25 miles from the Texas state capital off Interstate 35 and 1710 North.



This location will offer guests an assortment of eating options with Denny’s®, Burger King® and a local quick-serve eatery offering pizza, salads and deli sandwiches. Drivers will have access to eight commercial diesel lanes, three RV lanes, 20 gasoline lanes, eight private showers, 140 truck parking spaces, laundry facilities, an ATM, drivers’ lounge, money wire service, scales, an RV dump and many other services.



Dealerships are independent petroleum marketers offering Flying J diesel products and pricing. Fuel stops are owned by Flying J and offer commercial lanes, gasoline, deli and/or quick serve restaurant, c-store and other select amenities. Flying J cardlocks are convenient unmanned locations with commercial diesel lanes and limited amenities.



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