Round Up, April/May 2014 Page: 4
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A small store with big sales!
Mobil Mart in Converse proves that being a
small store in a small town does not have to
result in small Texas Lottery sales! Mobil Mart
has been selling lottery since 1999, and is by
far the highest-selling lottery retailer in the
area. The store has 70 scratch-off dispensers
on the counter, plus an additional 24 slots in
their Gemini" self-service terminal. With so
many slots, the Mobil Mart staff is able to
multi-face many new and popular base games
The dispensers are the first thing customers
see when they walk in the door, and the staff
believes this makes it tough for people to resist
buying a few tickets before they leave!
Customer service is the priority for staff at
Mobil Mart. They pay all prizes up to $599 and
strive to have all current scratch-off games
available so that their loyal customers have no
reason to buy their lottery tickets anywhere
else. Many of their customers are extremely
[116950 knowledgeable about the lottery and
know when new games are coming out, so the
staff makes sure to display new  games
as soon as they arrive.
FOOD TO GO
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Texas Lottery Commission. Round Up, April/May 2014, periodical, May 2014; Austin, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth639301/m1/4/: accessed December 13, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.