The Crosby’s store location in Farmington, N.Y. has recently completed renovations and remodeling, and celebrated with a grand reopening event last week.

Crosby's Farmington Reopening

From left are Dan Delpriore, code enforcement officer, town of Farmington; Tonya Decca, team leader, Caledonia Crosby’s; John White, board member, The Reid Group; James Crane, president, Farmington Chamber of Commerce; Kristi Meadows, assistant team leader, Farmington Crosby’s; Amanda VanGraafielland, team leader, Brockport Crosby’s; Janice Hunt, district leader, Reid Stores; Maggie Clouse, team leader, Farmington Crosby’s; Paul Quebral, president, The Reid Group; Tina Powers, team leader, Canandaigua Crosby’s; Peter Ingalsbe, Farmington town supervisor; Ron Brand, director of planning and development, town of Farmington; Tara Phelps, director of operations, Subway; David George, director of operations, Reid Stores; and Doug Galli, vice president, Reid Stores.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Friday, Jan. 17 at the store, located at 6090 State Route 96 in Farmington. A number of local officials and Crosby’s staff from neighboring locations were on hand for the reopening festivities, which also offered the first 100 customers a $5 Crosby’s gift card and an opportunity to enter raffle for a chance to win a 50-inch television or a $500 gift card.

In addition to the customer giveaways, Crosby’s also donated $500 to the Victor Central School District in support of student activities.

“Completing these remodeling projects at our stores allows us to further enhance and improve the offerings for customers,” said Doug Galli, vice president and general manager of Reid Stores/Crosby’s Convenience Stores. “Crosby’s is dedicated to being the convenient one-stop shop for our customers, and our updates allow us to continue to deliver the highest quality of products and services to each of our guests.”

The Subway franchise location within the store was also renovated and continues to offer customers made-to-order subs and wraps. Customers can also enjoy a variety of other fresh food options, including chicken tenders, wings, fries, onion rings and other favorites. Breakfast sandwiches and Crosby’s signature pizza – including breakfast pizza – are also available, along with fresh fruit options and fountain drinks.

The Farmington store also offers a full range of convenience services, including ice, propane cylinders, firewood and E-ZPass. Customers can fill up their tank with Mobil gas and diesel fuel, or take advantage of the in-store ATM and free WiFi. The store also offers an air machine and New York State Lottery games, and accepts SNAP benefits.

The Farmington store is open seven days a week from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m., and the Subway location offers service from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Stop in and discover all the new changes and features available at your local convenience store.

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