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Area man valiantly attempts to visit every Kum & Go in Iowa in a single day


Every four years, when outsiders flock to Iowa for the caucuses, they enjoy not just our unique political tradition but our suggestively named gas station chain: Kum & Go. This year, even Lena Dunham, on a trip in support of Hillary Clinton, took note.

In a rather strange (or admirable?) tribute, an Iowan named Patrick Gavin recently set out to visit each Kum & Go in the state — 130 total — within 24 hours.

You can see how he did here:


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Comments:

  1. If all 130 stations were in the same town I doubt it would even be possible, but up, down, and across Iowa?!? This isn’t Rhode Island.

  2. If it was really your goal in the beginning to get them all in 24 hours why wouldn’t you hit all the ones in Des Moines before you left town? Something’s fishy…

  3. Slight correction to this article: if you look in the YouTube comments he says he is not from Iowa, but from DC and enjoys iowa when he visits. might explain why he underestimated so badly how long it would take!bthings are farther apart out here :)

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