After serving Americans for over 60 years, Circle K has undoubtedly become a staple of American society. The company is widely known and now operates more than 12,000 stores all around the world. As the self-proclaimed world’s destination for convenience and fuel, Circle K strives to provide their customers with an amazing experience and the high quality products they expect. The company has worked diligently to expand its footprint over the years. On May the 8th, Circle K announced the grand opening of its newest location in Wheaton, Illinois. The new Circle K store is located at 100 West Geneva Road and it offers full service foods options, including pizza and breakfast sandwiches.

The suburban road is heavily traveled and is home to a wide variety of establishments, including strip malls, a grocer and several restaurants. The Wheaton North High School is also located along Geneva Road. And now, the strip is home to the newest Circle K store! Local residents are encouraged to come out and attend the store’s grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony, which will be held on Friday May the 12th at 11:00 AM. The event will continue throughout the weekend, with Chicago’s B96 Radio Station broadcasting live from the property on Saturday May 1th from 1 PM to 3 PM.

The company expects to give away many freebies, including free car washes to support the Midwest Shelter for Homeless Veterans. Chicago Fire and Chicago Bear tickets will also be given away to lucky customers. To learn more about the grand opening of the Circle K convenience store in Wheaton, be sure to click here!

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