The new Rubis gas station on South Shore, Warwick officially opened yesterday, with a food concession operated by MEF Ltd.

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By Sara Westhead
"Residents of Warwick and those who regularly drive along the South Shore, have long been waiting for the opening of what is certainly Bermuda's largest gas station.

The RUBiS Warwick Gas Station, which is owned and operated by the Terceira family, has been a mainstay for local residents for many years, with its long hours and very useful convenience store, even before the family took it over in the early 1990s. And so it is likely that residents and passers-by alike will be very happy with the new and improved version, located next door to the original station.

The station is owned by Ralph Terceira and managed by his son, Teddy, and, so it seems, gas runs in the family’s blood."

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Best of Bermuda 2012Best Gas Station

RUBIS Dowling’s Marine Service Station has been operated by the ultrafriendly and courteous descendants of the founder George Dowling Sr. for over 50 years. In addition to providing top-quality refueling for both auto and marine vehicles, Dowling’s gives back to the community, donating to organizations such as the St. George’s Foundation and PALS. 1 Penno’s Dr., St. George’s, 297-1914

http://www.thebermudian.com/awards/best-of-bermuda-awards/best-of-bermuda-awards-2012/837-shopping-a-services-2012

Mrs. Flo Simons was the winner of Swizzle Inn's random draw, she won a dinner for 2.  Jay Correia, President of The Swizzle Inn presenting the coupon.

School children will be able to enjoy another year of marine conservation excursions, thanks to RUBiS Energy’s gift of a year’s worth of diesel boat fuel to Bermuda Zoological Society.

It’s the second year RUBiS has provided 12 months’ worth of boat fuel to operate Endurance, the environmental education vessel owned and operated by the support charity for Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo.

To read more and for photos click here for the Bernews article.

To read more and for photos click here for the Bermuda Sun article.