Hit-n-Run Food Stores chosen as Growth Association’s December 2018 Small Business of the Month

December 15, 2018 | 2,462 views |

Owners Dwight and Teresa Fowler were honored with the Growth Associations Small Business of the Month award for the month of December 2018.  Though Hit-n-Run Food Stores offer a variety of services to the public, their primarily known for their drive up service where one doesn’t have to leave their car to get what they want.  There are 6 stores in the river bend area; 2 in Alton, and one each in Bethalto, East Alton, Granite City and Wood River.

Depending on the store, you can find the following services:

Car Wash facilities are available at the Bethalto and Wood River locations
Gaming Parlors are available at East Alton and in Granite City
Gas is available at the Bethalto, North Alton and Wood River stores
Laundry Mats are available at Bethalto, Upper Alton & Wood River locations

In every store you will find friendly and courteous employees.

Small Business of the Month award winners are Growth Association members who have been nominated by the public.  Once nominated, the nominees complete a questionnaire and application.  The RBGA’s Awards Committee chaired by Amy Schaake-Smith, uses a points system to rate the contents of each application, the applicant with the highest point total wins.

Watch as the video Dwight Fowler gives us a little bit of the business’ recent history and thanks the Growth Association for the  Small Business of the Month award for December 2018.

The Riverbend Growth Association is the Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development organization for the 11 communities knows as the Riverbend. For more information about the Growth Association, please visit www.growthassociation.com or call (618) 467-2280.

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