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TONAWANDA, N.Y. — NOCO Express is debuting a new foodservice concept following the completed three-month interior and exterior remodel of its Webster store located at 58 W. Main St., which was closed during renovations.
The redesign is intended to create an easier shopping experience in addition to enhanced fresh and convenient food offerings, the company said.
"NOCO is committed to fuel and convenience store innovation and this updated store enables us to provide our guests with more on-the-go amenities for their busy lifestyles," said Jim DeFilippis, vice president and general manager, NOCO Express. "We strive to make our stores destinations within the local communities we serve by providing more than just a place to fill up your tank."
The remodel introduces the new NOCO Express foodservice concept, which includes both hot foods and grab-and-go options. Freshly prepared and pre-packaged sandwiches, salads, wraps and snack packs from NOCO's signature Nickel City Foods are available alongside an expanded coffee bar featuring the World Cup brand.
The Webster store also has a new open floor plan for easier navigation, plus energy-saving doors and LED lighting on the beverage and cooler space. The open air craft beer case features a variety of options from local breweries. The store also features new graphics.
The store's exterior received new paint, new windows and the addition of a second entry door. A new gas canopy, with updated fuel dispensers and lighting, was also installed. Customers can choose from E-85, 87 and 91 octanes as well as diesel fuel.
NOCO hired four new employees for a total of eight to accommodate customer needs at the newly remodeled store. The Webster NOCO Express operates 24 hours a day.
Tonawanda-based NOCO Express operates more than 35 locations throughout Western New York.