Jumpin’ Jimmy’s In Greenville & Mulberry Grove Closed


The Jumpin Jimmy’s businesses in Greenville and Mulberry Grove have closed.

Greenville’s Jumpin’ Jimmy’s, which sold gas and was also a convenience store, was the location of Domino’s and the Domino’s Pizza Online website indicates “The store is currently closed.”

The Mulberry Grove business was only a convenience store and sold no gas.

Greenville City Manager Dave Willey told WGEL he was aware the business would be closing.

The two Bond County locations were among the stations owned by Gas-Mart USA which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last year.

In Greenville, there is a notice on the front door stating the business is closed and another paper stating the property is under new management and persons can call a St. Louis phone number to give comments or express concerns. It is the number of St. John’s Bank and Trust.

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