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Kwik Trip to bring 30 jobsSubmitted: 11/14/2013

Lauren Stephenson
5 p.m. Anchor/Reporter
lstephenson@wjfw.com

RHINELANDER - A Wisconsin company will soon bring 30 new jobs to Rhinelander.

Kwik Trip is a family-owned gas station and convenience store chain out of LaCrosse.

There are 420 locations in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa.

Construction on the Rhinelander location starts in May.

It will be on the corner of Eisenhower Parkway and Highway 17.

The company is spending $4 million to build the new store.

The company is also looking at building a store in Tomahawk.

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