Quick Chek Holds Line
Commits to sub, breakfast value offering in response to rising consumer goods prices
WHITEHOUSE STATION, N.J. -- Quick Chek has announced that it will not raise prices on a select variety of its fresh food and coffee offerings.
In response to an anticipated rise in costs of consumer goods this year, and as a part of the company's value promise and dedication to exceptional customer service, the leading convenience store chain will not raise prices on the following fresh food offerings: $2.99 six-inch sub, multiple varieties, including the popular Original Italian sub. 99-cent Sausage, Egg & Cheese on an English muffin breakfast sandwich with any [image-nocss] coffee purchase (every morning). Half-Price Happy Hour: The chain also announced resumption of its popular afternoon half-price fountain soda promotion.
"In this struggling economy, we know our customers are trying to get the most out of every dollar they spend," said John Schaninger, Quick Chek vice president of sales and merchandising. "As a testament to Quick Chek's mission of Total Customer Dedication and providing top-quality products made from the freshest ingredients at an affordable cost, we continue to sell our customers fresh food and fresh coffee offerings at these outstanding value prices."
Devoted to providing convenient shopping blended with an expansive range of fresh products and services, Whitehouse Station, N.J.-based Quick Chek is a market leader in foodservice with a fresh coffee and fresh food program. Operating more than 125 retail locations in New Jersey and southern New York, Quick Chek's locations include 12 pharmacy stores and 29 locations with fuel.