OnCue opens at 63rd and NW Expressway with a separate CNG lane under canopy, one of first in country to do so
Local convenience store operator OnCue recently unveiled their latest store design, making them one of the first in the country to have a separate CNG land under the canopy.
"We continually explore new design elements and strive to provide the best services for our customers," said OnCue CEO Jim Griffith. "Customer experience is very important to OnCue as we work to create an environment that is inviting to our customers," Jim added.
"We are proud to be at the forefront when it comes to the CNG experience," said Scott Minton, CNG Business Development Manager for OnCue.
The newest location at 63rd and NW Expressway was formerly the site of longtime restaurant Hometown Buffet. It now features a wide fuel selection including 100% gas, CNG, diesel, E85, and ETHANOL, as well as a drive-thru, yogurt bar, donut program, roller grill, FreezeeCues, and many other fountain drink and coffee bar options.
To celebrate the new store opening and America's (Energy) Independence, OnCue will be selling CNG for $1.49/GGE through the month of July at this location.