— Nonprofit benefits through June 14, 2024 —

To celebrate its 65th anniversary, Terrible’s is giving back to the communities that have supported the convenience store and gas station company over the decades through an in-store round up your change for charity program, called “Mr. Terrible’s Round Up”. The initiative will focus on nonprofit organizations that benefit youth.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is the first beneficiary of the Terrible’s anniversary promotion. With any in-store purchase of merchandise or gas, patrons may round up the total of their receipt to the nearest dollar. The difference in these transactions will be donated to local Boys & Girls Clubs from Monday, May 13 to Friday, June 14, 2024. The nonprofit provides educational, recreational and lifestyle before-and-after-school and school break programs for kids and teens, ages 6-18, at 13 clubs throughout Las Vegas, Henderson and North Las Vegas.

“At Terrible’s, we take pride in supporting the communities in which we serve, especially right here in Southern Nevada. Las Vegas is not just where Terrible Herbst Inc. started in 1959, but it is our home. With this community-driven focus in mind, we are excited to launch our inaugural Mr. Terrible’s Round Up program, and we couldn’t be happier to partner with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada,” said Bryan Breeden, vice president of advertising and marketing at Terrible’s.

“A 100% of the donations collected from the community will go directly toward supporting the thousands of Southern Nevada children who attend one of the numerous Boys & Girls Clubs campuses throughout the valley,” said Breeden. “I’d like to say ‘Thank You’ in advance to all of our customers who will be supporting this program. Rounding up your change at a neighborhood Terrible’s will give more children the opportunity to participate in early development programs that are offered at Boys & Girls Clubs.”

Terrible’s opened its first store in Las Vegas in 1959 and now owns and operates more than 80 car washes and 180 convenience stores and gas stations throughout Nevada, California, Utah and Arizona. The company is kicking off its anniversary program with Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada, because the majority of its locations are in Nevada.

“Terrible Herbst’s selection of Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada as the honoree of their 65th anniversary ‘Mr. Terrible’s Round Up’ giving program is an incredible honor and a testament to their support of Great Futures for our youth in Southern Nevada. We extend our deepest gratitude for their partnership and commitment to our mission of empowering young people to reach their full potential,” said Andy Bischel, president and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada.

For more information about Terrible’s Cares and Mr. Terrible’s Round Up, visit http://www.terribles.com/terribles-cares/.

About Terrible’s:

Terrible’s, or Terrible Herbst Oil Company, is a privately held gas station company based in Paradise, Nevada, United States. The company operates over 80 Car Washes and 180 convenience stores and gas stations throughout Nevada, California, Utah and Arizona. For more information, please visit terribles.com.

About Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada:

Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is a non-profit organization with 13 Clubhouses throughout Southern Nevada. Our mission is to enable young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Focused on three main impact areas – Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles, and Good Character & Leadership – Clubhouses provide a safe, supportive place to go (both physically and mentally), life-changing opportunities, and the chance for youth to learn, grow, and become who they want to be. Serving over 7,000 youth annually between the ages of 6-18, Clubs operate Monday through Friday before and after school, with extended hours over school breaks such as spring break, winter break, and summer break. For more information: https://bgcsnv.org/| Facebook @BGCSNV | Instagram @BGCSNV | Twitter @BGCSNV | 702-367-2582


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