NOCO Express Renovates Two Stores
Published in CSP Daily News
More coffee, beverage, foodservice, perishable groceries among expanded offering
TONAWANDA, N.Y. -- NOCO Express, a family owned and operated convenience store chain, has announced the completion of extensive renovations at stores located in Buffalo and Lackawanna, N.Y.
"Our on-the-go customers have come to expect more offerings from their convenience store and these remodeled stores will service those needs in addition to making it more convenient to purchase both gasoline and fresh grocery items with one stop at NOCO Express," said Michael Newman, executive vice president.
Customers will notice an expanded product offering in both stores, including the addition of a coffee and beverage bar, fresh food, perishable grocery items and more. The retailer installed new coolers and freezer cases, as well as ceramic floor tile, cabinets, granite countertops and wall graphics throughout the store to provide an updated look. Outside, it added new pumping stations and gasoline pumps and renovated the store front and facade.
Each remodel took one month to complete, with renovation costs for both stores totaling approximately $1 million,
Celebrating 80 years of serving the western New York community in 2013, family-owned NOCO is based in Tonawanda, N.Y. NOCO is committed to meeting the energy needs of its residential and commercial customers at home, at work, and on the go. It offers a full line of products and services including natural gas, electricity, propane, heating oil, HVAC sales and service, commercial fuels and industrial lubricants.