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To do the job, Tedeschi hired Volano Arcitects. For the exterior, the designer wanted to create a new façade and storefront that would bring more light into the store. And since the landlord of the property paid for this expense, the c-store chain was able to save money on overall remodel budget. Moving inside the store, the chain decided to relocate the checkout from the front windows to the side wall, opening up the entire front end of the store and bringing in more natural light. It was designed in an L-shape to allow keno customers to make their bets on the left side of the checkout without being in the way of customers shopping the store, the chain explained.
Also, a new sandwich case and coffee island were installed in the front of the store, and can be seen immediately upon entering. The location now features a new 17-door, walk-in cooler with LED lighting, as well as a beer cave. These eliminated all of the self-contained, front-loading coolers, saving monthly electrical costs for the store, as well as labor hours rotating the product.