EOS Linx, a provider of solar-supported EV chargers with digital advertising displays, has partnered with the Lone Star Business Association Cooperative (LSBAC) to expand its EV charging network at petro-convenience stores across Texas.
LSBAC is a network of retail sites located in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and across North Central Texas. EOS Linx is currently working with LSBAC to determine the most suitable locations for installing its EOS Charge Stations. EOS Charge Stations are already installed in the cities of Mount Vernon and Canton, and more locations will be added “in the coming months.”
Under the agreement, EOS will install up to 100 EV chargers at LSBAC member stores. Each charging station features a 75-inch digital display designed to maximize brand exposure and engagement by reaching consumers when they are making purchasing decisions.
“Our universal EOS Charge Stations include multiple EV charging sockets and robust data analytics tools that provide stores what they need to succeed,” says EOS Linx’s CEO Blake Snider.
“EOS Charge Stations provide many benefits in one unique solution. We’re talking about marketing and media combined with EV charging stations that will drive incremental traffic and revenue for stores, and that’s a winning combination for our members,” says LSBAC Vice President Ziad Baddour.
Source: EOS Linx
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