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(Photo courtesy of Greg Scellin)
On Monday this week, I was invited to a ribbon cutting in Geneva for a new Runza and Good2Go convenience store, along with US Senator Deb Fischer and other distinguished guests. This ribbon cutting is the result of a private public partnership between the City of Geneva, Runza and Good2Go. This is a win-win-win for all involved, especially the residents of Geneva, who do not have to drive all the way to York for a tasty Runza and can enjoy the convenience of all filling up with gas on Highway 81. This project is part of a greater effort of Nebraska communities developing through investment in economic development. Thanks go out to the City of Geneva, Mayor Eric Kamler, Clerk-Treasurer Kelly Stroh-Heath, Runza, and Good2Go Convenience Stores, a division of Lichti Oil. Thank you everyone for going the extra mile to support economic development in Legislative District 32!
(Photo courtesy of Eric Kamler)