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Niemann Foods to build new County Market Express

5 months, 2 weeks ago by 0

24th and Locust location to be replaced

The current County Market Express, located at  24th & Locust  will be replaced with a new convenience store with  more accessible & driver friendly fuel bays.

Operations will continue from the current building while the new building is being built behind the current store.  

“We will continue to serve our customers as the new C-Store  goes up and look forward to serving them in a brand new, well lit space. The new store will give our customers a better shopping experience whether getting fuel or  items from the store” said Richie Niemann, NFIs Regional Director of C-store operations.

The project is scheduled to be completed by late summer/early fall.

 NFI, founded in 1917 & associate owned, operates over 100 retail  stores including County Markets, Save A Lots, Pet Supplies Plus, Ace Hardware and 30 convenience stores.

 


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