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Circle K announces plan to build $4.1 million facility in Tiffin




Company closes on W. Market St. property

TIFFIN — Circle K announced Monday it is closing on the purchase of property on West Market Street in front of Rural King for a new full-service gas station and convenience store.

The overall project is a $4,112,000 investment in the community.

Circle K Stores, Inc. is an international chain of convenience stores, owned by the Canadian multinational Alimentation Couche-Tard since 2003.

As of February 2020, Circle K has 9,799 stores in North America (primarily in the United States and Canada), and more than 5,000 additional stores worldwide.

Circle K strives to be a good corporate citizen by improving the quality of life in the communities it serves, with charitable support targeted at youth-at-risk and health.

Additionally, Circle K has been a sponsor of the Children’s Miracle Network and March of Dimes since 1995, both supporting and improving health care for millions of young people.

In November of 2011, Circle K was awarded the National Philanthropy Corporate Leader Award by The Association of Fundraising Professionals North Central Ohio Chapter.

The award was presented to Circle K for its outstanding service to the community of Akron and the surrounding areas.

Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz commented: “We are living in unprecedented and challenging times, and we are doing everything we can to assist our existing business community through the coronavirus. I welcome Circle K’s announcement, and we wish them all the best as they continue to grow here.”

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