Town & Country Opens New Store
Published in CSP Daily News
Ninth location in Midland, Texas
SAN ANGELO, Texas -- Town & Country Food Stores recently opened a new store in Midland, Texas. The company celebrated the location's grand opening on June 23. The store is the ninth Town & Country location in Midland.
Midland is one of our most important markets. Midland folks have really been good, loyal customers and the welcome here is warm and consistent, said Town & Country Chief People Person, Randy Brooks.
Along with16 fuel pumps and convenience offerings, customers can pick up fresh produce and frozen food [image-nocss] selections. Additionally, the new Midland location features a Country Cookin' fresh, hot food counter and a Grab n' Go cold counter filled with fresh-daily salads, fruit, sandwiches and deserts.
Town & Country's Cold Front fountain area features a variety of cold fountain drinks while the Hot Spot Coffee bar offers flavored coffee, cappuccino, steamed lattes and hot chocolate. Customers are free to carry their fresh meals out or dine-in at the store's dining area.
To further serve its customers, Town & Country Food Stores has collaborated with West Texas National Bank on a new, freestanding bank next to the store.
Gas pump tube receptacles are new to Midland, and West Texas National Bank is excited to introduce this convenience. said Keith Moore, president and CEO of West Texas National Bank, an interstate bank that currently operates nine offices throughout West Texas.
San Angelo, Texas-based Town & Country Food Stores has 165 locations in 60 cities throughout Texas and New Mexico.