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Another new kum and go in Omaha!

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I just heard a radio advertisement, in Omaha, claiming $0.85 E85 at Kum & Go for three different Kum & Go stations at three different times this Friday. I didn't see anything on their website, I guess I need to pay better attention to get the times. Lucky for me my tank will be empty by Friday.

 

If I heard correctly the 168th and Maple location is first, I thought noon to 1,

84th and I-80 from 1 to 2 and 108th and Giles from 2 to 3. Like I said I am not positive on the location and times.

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I found the information at the Iowa Corn site: http://www.iowacorn.org/en/news/events/.

 

It is a River City Roundup promotion:

Sep 28  River City Round Up Promotions in conjunction with Nebraska Corn – all E85 for .85 Location: 4041 N. 168th Street,Omaha, NE

Time: 11:00 AM ~ 2:00 PM 

Sep 28  River City Round Up Promotions in conjunction with Nebraska Corn – all E85 for .85 Location: 4443 S. 84th St., Omaha, NE

Time: 12:00 PM ~ 1:00 PM 

Sep 28  River City Round Up Promotions in conjunction with Nebraska Corn – all E85 for .85 Location: 10764 Virginia Plaza, Papillion, NE

Time: 1:00 PM ~ 2:00 PM 

 

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yet another new K&G in Omaha

 

1819 N 72nd St

Omaha

402-827-8112

 

For those of you that are familiar with the town... it is the site of the old "Bakers" grocery store at 72nd and Blondo...

 

GREAT location, high volume traffic, not much for e85 in that part of town... I'm sure it will have lots of fleet traffic because of that.

 

With an 18% spread, and growing numbers of sites in high volume locations... looking good for e85 in Omaha!

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yet another new K&G in Omaha

 

1819 N 72nd St   

Omaha   

402-827-8112

 

For those of you that are familiar with the town... it is the site of the old "Bakers" grocery store at 72nd and Blondo...

 

GREAT location, high volume traffic, not much for e85 in that part of town... I'm sure it will have lots of fleet traffic because of that.

 

With an 18% spread, and growing numbers of sites in high volume locations... looking good for e85 in Omaha!

 

 

 

 

Now Listed .. http://e85prices.com/nebraska.html

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