Channing Tatum turned a convenience store into a mini dance party recently when he spent time partying with a gas station attendant in Statesville, North Carolina.

The actor's dance session with the cashier named Beatrice, was shared on Tatum's Facebook page as part of a series of fan interactions that make up his promotional tour for upcoming NASCAR heist film Logan Lucky.

"Nothin better than a little dance party. Thank you, Beatrice s/o Sunoco Racing," Tatum captioned the clip featuring himself spending time with Beatrice as they dance behind the register and greet customers.

Beatrice, who was happy to see Tatum, can be heard telling the Magic Mike star's camera man to "get out" so she can spend quality time with the 37-year-old. Other highlights from the video include Beatrice wanting to join Tatum on his Logan Lucky road trip and the pair dancing together to "If I Ruled the World" by Nas featuring Lauryn Hill.

Tatum has been traveling cross-country to meet with fans and spread the word about Logan Lucky which arrives in theaters on Aug. 18. "Don't think I can ever go back to doing regular press junkets," he wrote recently.

Logan Lucky, from director Steven Soderbergh, also stars Daniel Craig, Adam Driver, Seth MacFarlane, Dwight Yoakam and Riley Keough.