IdleAir re-opens location at El Paso Flying J

Aug. 3, 2012

Truck-stop electrification provider IdleAir has re-opened its facility at the Flying J location in El Paso, TX. The services had been unavailable due to a renovation project at the travel center.

“The re-opening of our location at the Flying J in El Paso brings additional capacity to serve strong demand in Texas and along the I-10 corridor,” said Ethan Garber, IdleAir CEO.  “In the expanding IdleAir network, the re-opened El Paso location enables IdleAir to better serve customers who frequently fuel at Pilot Flying J travel centers.”

The facility is located at Flying J #728 in El Paso, TX (I-10 Exit 37).
IdleAir now has 30 sites in 12 states with continued expansion plans throughout the year.

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