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New Shell service station in Upper Tumon

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - As part of efforts to grow its network, IP&E officially opened its newest Shell service station today in Upper Tumon. This marks the 13th Shell location on island and offers a state-of-the-art fully automated 24-hour car wash and a new convenience store named "Foody's"- the first of its kind on Guam.

IP&E managing director Brian Bamba said, "For everyone especially the residents going southbound this is a convenient location, but for all the resident of the island this brings a whole new perspective to the gas station landscape and we just want people to come in and try it for themselves."

Shell's convenience store will feature a hot dog island, wine cellar and the island's first and only beer cave. And in the next three to four weeks, IP&E in partnership with Blue Pacific Management will launch first the Jack in the Box restaurant at the station.

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