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Three new Marathon gas stations and convenience stores will follow an industry trend to provide customers with amenities beyond filling a gas tank.

The former Swifty gas stations on State Street, National Road and Jonathan Moore Pike will be renovated or rebuilt with new convenience stores, something most of the old stations never had.

Renovation cost estimates at the former Swifty sites range from $260,000 to $1 million, with the Jonathan Moore Pike station at the higher end.

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