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Thursday, October 23, 2003

Chevron is German for Beer and Cigarettes

For those of you who don’t know I work at a Chevron of I-10. One thing I noticed from my short tenure at Southern Express #4 is that Chevron is German for beer and cigarettes. Some of you may be laughing, but I’m serious. At my station the beer flows out of our cooler like water, and we don’t even have that much. A couple weekends back, the town I’m in had an event called Rodeo Weekend. Every urban cowboy and red neck in 500 miles came, and over half bought beer and cigarettes at my store. We were sold out of an incredible amount of beer. After I got off work that night, I took a different way home because I knew where those people were driving, and what they bought. If your curious here is the top ten best sellers from my store.

10 - Condoms
9 – Candy Bars
8 – Boiled Peanuts
7 - Icee
6 - Soda
5 - Water
4 - Lotto
3 - Cigarettes
2 - Gas
1 - Beer

posted by taranhill at 2:42 AM


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