Fort Mojave Indian Tribe to break ground on new convenience store March 3rd

Published by The Bee News

February 26, 2020

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Ceremony will include tribal performances and lunch from Avi Resort and Casino

Mohave Valley, AZ, March 3, 2020–The Fort Mojave Indian Tribe is pleased to announce the ground breaking ceremony for the Tribe’s new convenience store and fuel station located in Mohave Valley, Ariz. The ground breaking will take place at 1520 E. Courtwright Road, at the corner of Courtwright and Highway 95, at 12:00 p.m. (MST) March 3, 2020. The 5,750-square-foot store will have 8 fueling positions and thousands of snack, beverage and food options available for any appetite. The 24-hour convenience store will also include a separate Smokeshop stocked with a variety of tobacco products and a gaming area planned with up to fifteen slot machines. Construction will begin immediately and the store is expected to open for business in September.

The Fort Mojave Indian Tribe currently operates a convenience store in Mohave Valley, Ariz. that offers food and beverage items, tobacco products and fuel 24 hours a day. The Tribe’s convenience store in Laughlin, Nev. provides customers with food and beverage items, tobacco products, alcohol, fuel and fireworks until midnight (MST) seven days a week. The groundbreaking ceremony is open to the public and will also feature performances by the Fort Mojave Tribal Marching Band, tribal bird singers and dancers and remarks from the Tribal Council. Avi Resort and Casino will provide hot dogs, chips and drinks for those in attendance.

For more information about the groundbreaking ceremony, contact the Fort Mojave Public Relations Department at (760) 629-4591 or

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