What: Glen Allen Supercharger Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

When: Thursday, October 24th, 2013 at 10:00AM

Where: Glen Allen Supercharger
9860 Brook Rd
Glen Allen, Virginia 23059
(Located in the parking lot between Chili’s and Men’s Wearhouse)

Please RSVP to Bea González at Bea@capresults.net


  • Located in the parking lot between Chili’s and Men’s Wearhouse
  • 8 charging stalls open 24hrs/day
  • Amenities include Panera Bread, Coldstone Creamery, Barnes & Noble Café, Pizzaro Pizza and more
  • Conveniently located north of Richmond, ...
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