FALLS CITY – Nebraska-based Pump & Pantry has announced an expansion of its Harlan Street location in Falls City and addition of diesel fuel lanes suitable for agricultural and freight vehicles.

 

A company press release says existing buildings on the northwest corner of Harlan Street and East 15th Street will be demolished to add hi-flow lanes on the south side of the convenience store. Project completion is expected this summer.

Pump and Pantry, which opened its Falls City store in December, is adding  the store to the AMBEST network of independent truck stops and is upgrading all fuel dispensers to allow for Pump & Pantry’s loyalty program.

Pump & Pantry Brand Manager Paul Durban said feedback from the community has supported the project.

Durban: “We know Nebraskans and recognize the unique needs of the agricultural community. Hi-Flow diesel lanes are a much needed, valuable resource for our customers in Falls City and southeast Nebraska.”