Snacks & Candy

Stewart's New Adirondack Snack Shack

Latest c-store opens in Lake George, N.Y.

LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. -- Stewart's Shops has opened its new Adirondack-style food, dairy and convenience store in Lake George, N.Y. Installation of the gasoline dispensers will be completed in mid-June, the company said. The shop offers a variety of groceries and convenience items, and ATM and will include six gasoline pumps with pay-at-the-pump service.

The store is holding a job fair today, said the Saratoga Springs, N.Y.-based retailer.

Click hereto view a complete photo gallery chronicling the store's construction.

In other company news, the Stewart's Shop located in Queensbury, N.Y., is currently undergoing a remodel and will soon offer customers a more convenient shopping experience. The remodel includes an expansion to the cooler to enable the store to offer more beverages and dairy products.

The shop will host a TGIFinished celebration on June 12, the company said. There will be a barbeque, and the store will offer specials during the day.

The company recently reported a strong 2008 and said that it is planning to expand. (Click here for previous CSP Daily News coverage.)

Stewart's Shops operates approximately 325 c-stores in 30 counties in eastern New York and western Vermont. It is an employee and family-owned chain best known for offering milk, ice cream, coffee, food to go, gasoline and other convenience items.It also has an integratedmanufacturing and distribution systems--the companymake and distributes three-quartersof whatit sells in its shops at its plant in Greenfield, N.Y.

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