HOLLEY, NY – Two Crosby’s convenience stores in Orleans County have recently completed a series of renovations and remodeling projects, and celebrated with grand reopening celebrations Thursday, July 23 in Holley and Clarendon.

Clarendon Crosby's Reopening

From left are David George, director of operations, Reid Stores, Inc.; Brenda Thompson, district leader, Crosby’s Clarendon; John White, member of The Reid Group Board of Directors; Nicole Dobo, assistant team leader, Crosby’s Clarendon; Lexianne Seewagen, sales associate, Crosby’s Clarendon; Kali Kent, sales associate, Crosby’s Clarendon; Thomasa Sanderson, team leader, Crosby’s Clarendon; Paul Quebral, president, The Reid Group; Richard Moyne, town of Clarendon supervisor; Kevin Noon; Sabrina Lipowski, territory sales advisor, Reid Petroleum; Eileen Banker, representative from the office of state Assemblyman Stephen Hawley; Dan Okun, director of sales and merchandising, Reid Stores; and Doug Galli, vice president, Reid Stores.

The festivities were held at at the Clarendon location, 4541 Holley-Byron Road, and the Holley store, 35 State St. At each store, the first 100 customers to visit received a $5 gift card, and guests at both locations were able to enter a combined raffle for a chance to win a $25 gift card or the grand prize, a 55-inch television. Crosby’s also presented a combined check for $1,000 to the Holley Central School District in support of student activities and events.

“Crosby’s is committed to providing the best possible experience for our customers throughout the region, and we’re glad to be able to offer new services and amenities for guests at our Orleans County stores,” said Doug Galli, vice president and general manager of Reid Stores/Crosby’s Convenience Stores. “We know many of our customers turn to their locally owned Crosby’s as a one-stop shop, and the expanded selection and services in our Holley and Clarendon stores allows us to better deliver everything they need.”

The remodeled Clarendon store offers a range of fresh food options, including chicken tenders, wings, fries, pizza logs, mozzarella sticks and mac n cheese bites. The store also features made-to-order subs from the Sub Shoppe, pizza and calzone options – including breakfast pizza – and Crosby’s selection of convenient breakfast sandwiches to go. The store has also added a fountain soda machine with a selection of Pepsi products, and a new f’real milkshake and smoothie machine, offering guests a cool treat – an especially great option during these hot summer days. The Clarendon store also offers Marathon brand regular, premium and diesel fuel, as well as kerosene.

Holley Crosby's Reopening

From left are David George, director of operations, Reid Stores, Inc.; Doug Galli, vice president, Reid Stores; Brenda Thompson, district leader, Crosby’s; Paul Quebral, president, The Reid Group; Robin Silvis, president of the Holley Central School District Board of Education; Paul Hendel, town of Murray councilperson; Marsha DeFillips, town of Murray historian; Tara Phelps, director of operations, Subway; Kevin Lynch, interim mayor, village of Holley; Kathy Quarantello, assistant team leader, Crosby’s Holley; Cindy Cotropia, team leader, Crosby’s Holley; Sean Westphal, sales associate, Crosby’s Holley; Tricia Hobson, assistant team leader, Crosby’s Holley; Melissa Delosh, sales associate, Crosby’s Holley; Elizabeth Ontiveros, sandwich artist, Subway Holley; April Larkin, sandwich artist, Subway Holley; Janine Carlson, sales associate, Crosby’s Holley; Angelica Kavanaugh, sales associate, Crosby’s Holley; Duane Clark, sales associate, Crosby’s Holley; Kayla Pagano, sales associate, Crosby’s Holley; Kevin Noon; Ken Clark, business development agent, Subway; Eileen Banker, representative from the office of state Assemblyman Stephen Hawley; and Dan Okun, director of sales and merchandising, Reid Stores.

In Holley, customers can enjoy the same array of fresh food options, as well as Crosby’s signature breakfast selections, pizzas and calzones. This location also features a Subway sandwich shop for customers, in addition to a new f’real milkshake and smoothie machine. Customers can also fill up their tank with Crosby’s brand regular fuel and “90-rec,” an ethanol-free 90-octane unleaded gasoline blend.

Guests at the renovated stores may also use the free Wi-Fi and on-site ATM, exchange propane tanks, use the air machine, purchase Memo money orders and play New York State Lottery games. Each store also features Slush Puppie iced beverages and fresh fruit options, and both locations accept SNAP and EBT benefits.

The Clarendon store is open from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily, and the Holley store is open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. each day. Stop in to either location July 23 to see the renovated facilities available now at your locally owned Crosby’s convenience store.

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