The Douglas-Coffee County Chamber of Commerce celebrated the ribbon cutting and grand opening of the newest Jet Food Stores in the newly constructed Sierra Crossing built by Carlton Dorminey. The shopping center is named for his granddaughter, Sierra Dorminey.
Clint Hancock, president of Jet Foods, was proud to recognize the Jet Food team that helped bring this store to life: April Wells, Store Manager; Sarah Cox, District Manager; Glenn Snow, Vice President; Matthew Turner, Director of Food Operations; Michael Selby, District Manager; Wayne Shall, District Manager; Caylee Hancock, Advertising Specialist; and Carlene Walden, Marketing.
With five locations in the Douglas and Coffee county area, Jet Food stores has served the area for thirteen years and, their new location at 855 Bowens Mill Road is proud to offer clean restrooms, fast, friendly service and they do it with a smile. This location will be serving quality home style cooking for breakfast and lunch, as well as self-service or you can call ahead for a piping hot Hunt Brothers Pizza. There are ten fueling pumps that offer regular, premium, midgrade, diesel, and two grades of non-ethanol fuel.
This Marathon branded location offers the "MakeItCount" rewards program. Customers can save 10 cents per gallon up to 20 gallons on four uses during their first month for signing up as a new member. After that, members will save 5 cents off every gallon with no limitation. Come on in and they will sign you up! Jet Food Stores is excited for this new addition to the company and they look forward to serving the area for many years to come.
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