Nouria Opens Third Branded Location

Additionally, RaceTrac celebrates its first Kentucky travel center.

November 29, 2021

Nouria Forecourt

ATLANTA & WORCESTER, Mass.—Nouria Energy Corp. has opened a third Nouria-branded fuel station and convenience store, according to a news release. The location is in Bedford, New Hampshire.

“We fell in love with this property” stated Tony El-Nemr, founder and chief executive officer. “Access to major highways and a close proximity to Boston and Manchester-Boston Regional Airport makes it a perfect commuter location where we are proud to offer our top tier branded fuel, exceptional guest service, and a strong commitment to serve the wonderful community that surrounds us.”

The newly constructed c-store features a variety of fresh, healthy foods, beverages and an assortment of premium wines and craft beers. The c-store also features a wide selection of coffee drinks, cold brews and all-day breakfast sandwiches. Additional amenities include Wi-Fi, seating and EV charging stations.

One of Nouria’s core values is education and during the grand opening event, a $1,000 donation will be made to the Bedford Education Foundation. The celebration will also include a ribbon cutting ceremony attended by Nouria leadership, the Bedford store team and town dignitaries along with sampling and prizes for guests in attendance.

Meanwhile, RaceTrac announced the opening of its first travel center in Kentucky, located at 813 E. Dixie Ave. in Elizabethtown. Situated near the junction of Interstate 65 and Highway 61, the 8,100-square-foot facility will serve the needs of more than 6,000 professional drivers and workers.

“Elizabethtown is the ideal site for our first travel center in Kentucky because of its proximity to major trucking routes and business centers,” said Justen Giambalvo, vice president of construction, engineering and special projects at RaceTrac. “This new location is meeting a demand for more truck parking and access to a variety of great food and beverage options for travelers.”

Amenities of the Elizabethtown Travel Center include a 600-square-foot patio; 16 front-canopy fueling stations; an extended canopy with six lanes for high-flow diesel with bulk diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) for professional drivers; clean, well-lit parking lot; free Wi-Fi and a seating area.