Stewart’s Shops Announces Five Brand New Shops, Rebuilds Others

Stewart’s Shops Announces Five Brand New Shops, Rebuilds Others

October 8, 2014 - Here we grow again! Stewart’s Shops is making it even more convenient for customers to shop, as it adds new stores and improves existing locations in the Capital Region and across the state.

By the end of 2014, Stewart’s will have completed nearly a dozen major projects, which includes five new locations, six replacement shops, as well as dozens of other additions and remodels.

In the coming weeks, Stewart’s Shops will be opening its first stores in Liverpool and Utica, as well as new locations in East Cobleskill, Clifton Park, and Niskayuna, and a replacement shop in East Greenbush. Construction of three other replacement shops, where new shops are built on the same property of existing shops, will be wrapping up with Grand Opening events in October.

The daylong Grand Opening events are as follows:

Friday, October 10th:
2 Brick Church Road, Cropseyville (corner of Routes 2 and 278)

Friday, October 17th:
9-112th StreetTroy

Friday, October 24th:
672 Mariaville RoadRotterdam (corner of Burdeck Street)

Ribbon cuttings at each of these events will be held at noon, followed by check presentations to local charities. These donations are part of Stewart’s Shops’ continuing commitment to give back to the communities which it serves. Sales and specials on Stewart’s products will be available all day at the event locations.

Grand Opening events were held earlier this year at replacement shops in Guilderland and Perth. It’s more than 50 years of hard work by Stewart’s partners and support from loyal customers that enables Stewart’s Shops to reinvest and expand its business, to serve its customers better.

Founded in 1945, Stewart’s Shops is an employee and family-owned convenience store chain based in Saratoga SpringsNY. Stewart’s is known for offering milk, ice cream, coffee, food to go, gasoline, and other convenience items. Today there are 330 Stewart’s Shops located in over 30 counties across upstate New York and southern Vermont.


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