Want to ask a question? Click here

Why does the Citgo station at South College and Cedar Ave. have an ‘out’ sign on the pumps?

Ken Little
StarNews

Q. The Citgo station at the corner of South College Road and Cedar Avenue has had an “Out” sign on the gas pumps for over a month.  Any idea what the problem is?  

A. CITGO is in the process of “de-branding” the station at South College Road and Cedar Avenue, said Dana Lack, CITGO’s Light Oils Customer Service Manager for the Southern Region.

“The station at South College Road and Cedar Ave., like all CITGO stations, is locally owned and independently operated.  There are currently some administrative issues between the location owner and its supplier,” Lack said.

“It will no longer be a CITGO location,” she added. “There are five other CITGO stations in Wilmington that would be happy to provide your readers with quality fuel.”

RELATED LINKS:

Why are gas prices different in different parts of the area? Is it price gouging?

Why is North Carolina’s gasoline tax so much higher than surrounding states?

Why do some gas stations change their prices numerous times a day?

User-contributed question by:
Anonymous

Got a comment about this post or know more about the answer? Click here to let us know!


Bookmark and Share

One Response to “ Why does the Citgo station at South College and Cedar Ave. have an ‘out’ sign on the pumps?”

  1. On July 9, 2012 at 4:37 pm Patricia wrote:

    The citgo now has gas, but it’s not owned by “Citgo” any longer.



X
Ask a question
X

Ask a question

If you’re looking for answers about living in coastal North Carolina, you’ve come to the right place. If we don’t have the answer to your question, we’ll find out or try to find someone who does. Hey, that’s our job! So, ask your question below and we’ll do our best to find the answer. Once we do, we’ll post it in an appropriate category.





Can we use your name to credit you by name (no e-mail or other contact information) with this question when we post an answer?
Yes
Your question:

Post a comment
X

Talk to us!

Have a comment about this post or know more about the answer? Use this form to let us know. Note that all comments are moderated and must be approved before they are posted, although you may see your own comments the first time you post them.





Your comment: