Convenience Store News

NOV 2014

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WWW.CSNEWS.COM | NOVEMBER 2014 | Convenience Store News 55 I n 2013, NOCO Express replaced a small, out-of- date convenience store in Getzville with a new 6,300-square-foot retail outlet. The store now features a Tim Hortons, Subway restaurant and a beverage bar. In addition to the quick-service restaurants, this NOCO Express offers fresh food items, such as fruit and sandwiches from its Nickel City Foods program. What really grabs the customer's attention and complements the product offerings, though, are the graphics. NOCO Express did not skimp on colors, images or flatscreen TV monitors to showcase the dif- ferent areas of the store and promotional specials. Since reopening last year, the store's sales have increased exponentially, making NOCO Express Store No. 27 one of the retailer's busiest locations. BesT grapHiCs Honorable Mention: NOCO Express, Getzville, N.Y.

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