SAVANNAH, Ga.—Enmarket opened its 128th outlet, a travel center in Pooler, which is just northwest of Savannah, according to SavannahNow.com. The new outlet—Enmarket’s fourth in the west Chatham municipality – was designed to serve both regular travelers and heavy truck traffic.
“Growth in the Pooler area called for an additional store, and it needed to be a travel center to serve the diverse demands in that area,” said Brett Giesick, president, Enmarket. “You have the growing residential population in that area to serve, and that area of the county is also a pipeline into the Port of Savannah, calling for truck services.”
The new location features The Eatery, Enmarket’s signature kitchen serving hot food for all three meals, along with freshly made grab-and-go food options, bean-to-cup coffee and Mooz frozen yogurt.
The fuel selection is unleaded, mid-grade, premium, non-ethanol, diesel and truck diesel. Customers looking to bypass the checkout line have the option of using self-service registers or their mobile phone, utilizing mobile checkout technology with the Skip Checkout app.
All four Enmarket stores that have opened in the past 10 months around growing Chatham County are variations on the chain’s the modern prototype.