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PITTSBURGH -- Performing a complete makeover of a newly constructed, 13,500-square-foot store that originally opened 22 months earlier might seem a bit extreme. But the chief architects at Pittsburgh-based Giant Eagle astutely chose deliberation over acceleration in building its prototype "Express" store.
What's since resulted is a potent, promising recipe for a small-scale, quick-stop neighborhood store format that smoothly blends a streamlined, fresh-market design with staple groceries, gas pumps and a drive-through pharmacy--all in a modern, innovative environment.
View images of the Giant Eagle Express store and read more information at Convenience Store News' sister publication, DDI Magazine.
-- Nielsen Business Media