Ruby Tuesday, Inc. is set to open a series of Tesla Supercharger Stations. The first station recently opened at the Ruby Tuesday location in Miner, Missouri, on E. Malone Avenue, with additional stations at other Ruby Tuesday locations currently in the planning stages or under construction. The company is proud to host a rapidly growing network of Tesla Supercharger Stations across the U.S.
“We’re thrilled to partner with Tesla Motors to offer our guests a place where they can charge their Tesla vehicle while enjoying a delicious meal,” says David Skena, chief marketing officer of Ruby Tuesday. “Expanding the Supercharger network to include Ruby Tuesday is good for both Tesla owners and our restaurants alike. We look forward to deepening our relationship with Tesla and opening additional Supercharger Stations in Ruby Tuesday markets around the country in the near future.”
Superchargers are strategically placed to allow owners to drive from station to station with minimal stops. Superchargers allow Tesla drivers to travel up to 270 miles, take a dining break at Ruby Tuesday and get back on the road at full charge. The Tesla Supercharger is substantially more powerful than any existing charging technology, providing up to 120 kilowatts of power and replenishing up to 170 miles of range in 30 minutes.
The Tesla Supercharger Station at Ruby Tuesday’s Miner location is now hosted on Tesla’s interactive webpage and in-vehicle navigation. Tesla owners can use the 17-inch touch screens in their cars to easily plan trips and locate the property.
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