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COLUMBIA, Md. -- The Snowden River Parkway Exxon is back in business, throwing open its doors at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Feb. 2.
The new convenience store, now part of the Mid-Atlantic Convenience Stores (MACS) family, offers a line-up of healthy food options and features Bistro Fresh sandwiches, wraps and salads, gourmet coffee, and pastry and breakfast sandwiches. Coupon books are also available for the c-store's customers.
"We are focused on serving our customers' needs and being a neighborhood partner to help Columbia residents -- and travelers passing through -- shop more efficiently and economically," explained Derek Gaskins, senior vice president of marketing and merchandising for MACS. "Our store wants to exceed expectations, with outstanding service, healthy food options for customers on the go, a remodeled touch-free car wash, and, of course, Exxon fuels to keep their engines clean and performing at the highest level."
The Snowden River Parkway Exxon store marked its grand re-opening with promotions, product samples and giveaways on Feb. 2 and 3. The celebration included gasoline for $2.92 per gallon for the first 92 customers on Feb. 2 and $2.99 per gallon for the first 99 customers on Feb. 3.