Tesla Superchargers now featured at Bosselman Travel Center
Article posted on: 2017-01-24
Bosselman Enterprises and Pump & Pantry, Inc. are pleased to announce that Tesla Superchargers are now available at the Bosselman Travel Center at I-80 Exit 312 in Grand Island, a new addition to the many services available for the traveling public at the travel center.
"It's imperative to our company's well-being to meet the changing demands of our customers," says Bosselman Enterprises CEO, Charlie Bosselman. "We are proud to be a part of this leading edge technology as the awareness of renewable energies like these increases, and to be able to meet the needs of our customers on every level.”
As part of a strategy to increase their nationwide footprint of superchargers, Tesla is currently doubling its fast-charging network and quadrupling its destination chargers. Nebraska's first Tesla Supercharger was installed in Lincoln, with other charging stations located at Grand Island, Gothenburg and Ogallala. With range-zapping winter climates and steep elevation prevalent in many regions across the Midwest, the charging stations throughout the state offer a much-needed service.