By: thecritizingcritc
Best gas station in Red Bluff! I love how the staff is very friendly and helpful. They always go out of their way to try and help unlike other gas stations I've been to in the area. It's a family business and well kept. It's right off the Highway 5 for any travelers looking for a good place to stop and get gas at a great price. They also have a Drive Thru Starbucks and Wendy's in the same complex. You know just in case you need your expresso and a quick side salad.
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By: Teri R.
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I love working here and serving Red Bluff!! My boss and co workers are awesome!! We have many items you may need or want. Hot food items, cold and hot coffee as well as that yummy ice cream or jerky fix. Come check it out for yourself... Don't take my word for it. =)
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