South Australian-based convenience retailer, OTR, is continuing its expansion across Australia, having opened its first store in Western Australia.

The new store in Roleystone opened on 22 April and is just the beginning of OTR’s entrance into the state, with more stores to come.

Darryl Cotter, OTR General Manager of Operations, said that OTR aims to give guests the highest quality in convenience retailing with award-winning fuel and food offers.

OTR Roleystone will trade 24/7, and provide the high quality food and beverage offering that OTR is well-known for, including its locally roasted, barista made C Coffee, freshly squeezed OhJ!, and New York style hot dogs – Moe’s Dog & Shake.

It also has a specially curated range of supermarket essentials, and OTR brands Chill and Eat providing fresh drinks, pastries, and sandwiches.

The site will offer a premium range of Caltex fuels and will feature a HappyWash, which will offer faster, high quality car washing, with separate bays for washing and drying. The car wash also features foam sensation technology.

“The OTR Roleystone store affirms our commitment to investing in Western Australia, creating new local jobs, and becoming an integral part of the local community,” says Cotter.

As an Australian family business operating for more than 30 years, OTR has more than 177 stores and employs more than 6,500 people across Australia.

Customers are also encouraged to help OTR to give back to charity groups through its OTRGive program, which works through the OTR App. Every time a customer shops or refuels at OTR with the OTR App, OTR donates on the customer’s behalf to the community group of their choice, at no cost to the customer.

Donations to the community through OTRGive have exceeded $500,000, and OTR Roleystone customers can download the OTR App to receive their first regular C Coffee for free and to have ongoing access to OTR’s in-app rewards.

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  1. OTR is a sleeping giant and they are revolutionising the fuel convenience segment across Australia.

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