Citgo Locations & Hours Near Saint Cloud, FL -
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  • 1.Citgo

    2501 13th St

    Saint Cloud,FL

    1.03 mi

  • 2.Citgo

    8900 E Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy

    Saint Cloud,FL

    14.75 mi

  • 3.Citgo

    926 N Main St


    8.48 mi

  • 4.Citgo

    2680 N Orange Blossom Trl


    9.36 mi

  • 5.Citgo

    3090 Michigan Ave


    9.21 mi

  • 6.Citgo

    1202 W Vine St


    9.28 mi

  • 7.Citgo

    3297 S John Young Pkwy


    9.71 mi

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By: Albert K.
Gas station is fine but they allowed a car wash to open up on property was unfortunate to be picking up a pizza from papa johns other day and a couple of the car wash employees were in store demanding free pizza, when the p.j manager said no the c.w employees proceeded to scream racial and gay insults toward the p.j employees, I would avoid this car wash at all cost.
By: karenshepherd13
Cumberland Farms
this store sucks so bad. the manager and ast. manager are so rude and nasty and don't ask for change. you'll be asked if it has bank out on the front of the store. there are some unfriendly people that work in that place. but there is a new 7-11 the next block over that have some really nice people that work there. so stay away from that store if u can.
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