Kwik Shop will be back in Greensburg.
The Hutchinson-based convenience store chain announced plans today to rebuild in the tornado-ravaged community, as it opened a temporary convenience store in the parking lot of its demolished location at 203 W. Kansas.
The temporary store will serve for about two months while rebuilding is completed, company president Mike Hoffmann said in a statement. Milk, bread, snacks, cold water and cold drinks will be available from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily during the construction.
Plans for the new store include a new gasoline facility that will offer regular, mid-grade, premium and unleaded products, Hoffmann said.