Puma Energy has expanded its national network this week with the opening of its Puma Mt Larcom service station.
The development will provide much-needed fuel and convenience services to the Mt Larcom community as well as tourists, truck drivers and locals travelling along the Bruce Highway in our region.
Puma Energy Australia General Manager Jim Raszyk said the station would bring 20 local jobs to the region and includes high flow diesel, dedicated truck refuelling bays and a 7th Street café.
“This new site is part of our plan to provide exceptional service and unique customer benefits throughout Queensland, and we are excited to become part of the Mt Larcom community,” Mr Raszyk said.
“We are proud of our strong network of more than 400 sites and look forward to becoming an important part of the local infrastructure.”
Mr Raszyk said Puma Energy wanted to celebrate the Mt Larcom site’s importance to the community so Puma Energy commissioned the construction of a metal bull from car parts to feature in front of the service station.
“We would love the community’s help to name our Mt Larcom bull, so will be running a social media competition seeking ideas and suggestions from those keen to have naming rights!” he said.
“To celebrate our opening, we will be hosting a Community Day on June 2, and encourage everyone to come down to enjoy a live radio broadcast, sausage sizzle, face painting and great giveaways.”
“Plus, customers will receive some great perks on the day, and we’ll be announcing the winner of our name-the-bull competition.”
What: Puma Mt Larcom Community Day
When: Saturday, 2 June 2018
Time: 10am and 1pm
Attendees: This event is open to all locals, media and community representatives.
Puma Energy Mt Larcom opened on 17 May, 2018 and offers high-quality 91, E10, Pumamax 98, Diesel and Pumamax Diesel. To get involved with the ‘Name the Bull’ competition visit Puma Energy Australia’s Facebook page.