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Maverik Inc. opening fourth convenience store in Spokane Valley

Utah-based Maverik Inc. is adding its fourth convenience store in Spokane Valley near I-90 and Barker Road.

Maverik Inc. filed plans this month with the city to construct a 6,270-square-foot convenience store and fuel station at 18525 E. Broadway Ave.

Property owner River City Investments LLC purchased the 2-acre site for $749,000 in 2005.

Maverik was founded in 1928 by Reuel Call, who used money earned from renting roller skates to open a two-pump gas station in Afton, Wyoming. The company has since grown to more than 315 convenience stores in 10 western states with more than 5,000 employees.

Maverik – in addition to its Spokane Valley convenience stores – has locations in the Spokane area and one in Cheney.

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