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MACEDON, N.Y. -- NOCO Energy Corp.'s NOCO Express convenience store chain is expanding its footprint, entering New York's Wayne County for the first time. Its new convenience store brings the Tonawanda, N.Y.-based company's portfolio to 33 locations.
The family-owned and -operated chain has acquired the lease for Prime Convenience, a 3,333-square-foot store on State Route 31 in Macedon. The deal is effective today.
"As a locally owned and operated company, we are excited to expand our operations and introduce NOCO Express to Wayne County and Rochester's eastern suburbs," said Michael F. Newman, executive vice president of operations for NOCO Energy Corp. "We look forward to offering the Macedon community a new and convenient option for all of their on-the-go needs. In order to better meet the needs of our customers with expanded product and service offerings, the store will undergo renovations in the next few months."
NOCO Express expects to release additional details about the renovations in the coming weeks, but the remodel will include an updated store decor and the installation of a beer cave. The fuel station, located in the parking lot adjacent to the store, will remain Valero branded. The store will have nine employees, the company said.
The Macedon store is the retailer's second in the Rochester region, joining a c-store/gas station in Webster, N.Y. In addition to gasoline, NOCO also offers natural gas and energy services to commercial and residential customers throughout Rochester and its surrounding suburbs.