Twin Falls, Idaho: Skunk: Stinker Station Sign

A vintage gas station sign features a saucy skunk with boxing gloves named Stinker.
1777 Kimberly Rd, Twin Falls, ID
East side of the city. On the north side of US Hwy 30/Kimberly Rd, midway between N. 3000 E. and N. 3100 E.
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Skunk: Stinker Station Sign

This billboard advertising Stinker's Sinclair gas station is located at 1777 Kimberly Rd.

[Joe Boulter, 04/21/2013]

Farris "Stinker" Lind opened his first gas station in Twin Falls in 1936. He eventually had dozens of stations, and was christened "Stinker" by his competitors, who were angry about his low prices. Lind created a pugnacious cartoon skunk for his logo, and named him "Fearless Farris."

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