Page Circle K reopens


The Circle K store at the corner of North Navajo Drive and Lake Powell Boulevard in Page reopened last week after months of construction. 

The original Circle K building, which had around 2,600 square feet of floor space, closed in September 2021.

The original building stood for decades before it and other nearby buildings were demolished last fall. The original building has been replaced with a “new state-of-the-art Circle K store,” according to Ray Feeler, region operations director for the Circle K Grand Canyon Division. 

The new store boasts 5,200 square feet, twice the size of the demolished version, and the original four fuel pumps have been replaced with a total of 14 pumps dispensing gasoline and diesel fuel. The store plans to employ 25 to 30 workers.

Circle K is a wholly owned subsidiary of Alimentation Couche-Tard, which is headquartered in Laval, Quebec, in Canada.  

Couche-Tard operates Circle K stores, their best-known brand, in 26 countries and territories, with nearly 14,200 stores, 7,100 of which are in the United States, according to company website couche-tard.com.  

Circle K stores were founded in Texas in 1951. According to the company website, Couche-Tard acquired Circle K in 2003 and is one of three convenience store brands owned by the corporation, which also includes Couche-Tard and Ingo stores.

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