A new plaza is open in Dothan and officials expect it to pump more money and jobs into the economy.
Gas, food, clothes, even home décor, you name it and Flying J has got it.
"I think our concept is going to have a tremendous impact on the area," says Tommy Holloway, manager of the Food Division at Flying J.
With more than 100 staff members combined, Flying J isn't just a convenience store; it offers a full line of comprehensive services.
"Our philosophy as a company is we want to earn our customers when they come in. We feel that they are our customers, so if you wanna’ use wireless internet, it's a Flying J satellite that's in space, so as a company with that philosophy, it makes us very strong," explains David J. King, general manger of Flying J.
Whether you're driving a Sedan or a Semi, you can pull into Flying J to fill up on gas.
The plaza also features three restaurants, a game room, and banking and insurance offices.
Flying J caters to a wide variety of customers and people are pleased with the new complex.
Eufaula Resident James Dunn says, "I have a brother that drives 18-wheelers in Illinois and he always stops at Flying J for his meals and to fill up his truck and everything."
The new plaza is located at the corner of 231 and Ross Clark Circle. Flying J officials say it will employ between 120 to 140 people.
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