Tedeschi Continues Renovations
Remodeled stores expand fresh food
Published in CSP Daily News
ROCKLAND, Mass. -- Tedeschi Food Shops Inc. continues its "aggressive" efforts to remodel its New England locations to provide customers with a superior shopping experience. Two stores, located in Billerica and Chelmsford, were recently renovated bringing the total of stores remodeled in 2010 to eight.
The newly remodeled stores will now offer fresh food items such as the TD's Deli Express lines of premium sandwiches, delicious wraps and freshly made salads. They will continue to provide a variety of snacks and beverages as well as premium hot and iced Green Mountain coffee.[image-nocss]
Customers celebrated the store's new look at Tedeschi's Customer Appreciation events held at both stores on July 9. In addition to sales on bestselling items, visitors were treated to samples from Vita Coco, Sunkist, Venom Energy, Snapple, Garelick Farms, Red Bull, HyDrive and Nantucket Nectars. Frito Lay snacks were on hand, as well as Kayem's Fenway Franks.
WEEI Sports Radio Network's street team provided the crowd with sports trivia and dance music, while the crew from Canobie Lake Park was on hand with games and prizes for all ages. Customers in Chelmsford were able to purchase hot dogs for charity, with all proceeds going towards the Pan Mass Challenge.
Tedeschi Food Shops said it looks forward to strengthening its bond with the people of Chelmsford and Billerica by offering their neighbors a clean, convenient place to shop and continuing to support the community whenever possible.
Tedeschi Food Shops provides its customers with a family of quality proprietary brands: TD's Deli and TD's Express, Tedeschi Select and Tedeschi Fuel.
Rockland, Mass.-based Tedeschi Food Shops is one of New England's most trusted family-owned and -operated convenience store chains, with more than $600 million in revenue for 2009 and more than 2,000 employees. The company operates 189 c-store locations throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Connecticut.