Kum & Go to Open Newest Store in Waynesville
New store at 1395 GW Lane features fresh food and a variety of fuel options
Waynesville, MO – Kum & Go opens the doors Thursday, September 20, at 6 a.m. to its newest store in Waynesville, MO, at 1395 GW Lane. The nearly-6,000 square foot store will focus on fresh food and features a variety of unique offerings. To help encourage customers to try those offerings, the first 200 customers will receive a coupon for a free breakfast sandwich or donut on their next visit!
A key feature of the store is an expanded and open food preparation area that customers can see from the moment they enter. Other location features include:
- Elevated food experience with Kum & Go’s “Go Fresh Market”
- Open kitchen layout, clear aisles and easy-to-navigate zones
- Indoor seating area with dining tables and counter height stools
- Complimentary Wi-Fi and charging stations for customers
- Designed using energy efficient and sustainable practices
“This footprint represents everything that Kum & Go strives to be for our associates and for our customers,” said Kum & Go CEO Kyle J. Krause. “This is the evolution of our brand promise and business approach. Now customers can truly experience the “more” that we provide.”
The store will be open 24 hours a day. The phone number to the store is 573-774-3539. The phone number to the food area is 573-774-3982.
Kum & Go operates 70 stores in the state of Missouri. Future locations of this food-focused layout are planned in Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska and Oklahoma.
About Kum & Go, L.C.
For nearly 60 years, Kum & Go has been dedicated to the communities it serves, sharing 10 percent of its profits with charitable causes. For four generations the family-owned convenience store chain has focused on providing exceptional service and delivering more than customers expect. Established in Hampton, Iowa, in 1959, the chain has since grown to employ nearly 5,000 associates in more than 400 stores in 11 states (Iowa, Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Wyoming).