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Maverik Flies High In Sidney

The latest new business in Sidney officially opened the beginning of the month, and the Sidney community has a new Maverik fuel and convenience store right near the entrance and exit of I-80.

Billed as "Adventure's First Stop", the new store is big and bright, and people immediately notice the walls are decorated with murals highlighting the Panhandle's attractions like Chimney Rock. The store is the farthest east of the Maverik chain, that covers 12 states and over 400 locations.

The store opening was highlighted by a $5000 donation to Keep Sidney Beautiful, and a commitment to work with the Sidney community and Cheyenne County to partner in litter reduction, recycling and other beautification projects.

The 6,000 square foot store features truck and RV lanes, a picnic area and full-time fresh made-to-order offerings from the BonFire Grill. Maverik is also proud to offer in-store contactless payment options including Venmo, Paypal and Apple Tap to Pay. All types of food offerings from fresh sandwiches to nachos and ice cream are ready to enjoy, and the store even has its own beer cooler with a wide selection of popular brands.

The store will be open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Store Director Shelby Lloyd has relocated from Oregon, and has a strong team working with her to get the store launched and running in top form. "The people here are a great reflection of the community, hard-working and ready to go the extra mile to satisfy our customers. We are all excited to serve the Sidney community and make a difference," she said.

With some delays due to the winter snowstorms, the Maverik store was fully operational by February first, and is already very busy with travelers and community members stopping in and seeing what the location has to offer. With competitive fuel prices and a clean and well-stocked store area, this Maverik location looks to be successful in short order, and provide the community and travelers with more options to choose from as they travel across country or just on their daily commutes.


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