The new year has brought a new look for four of Crosby’s locations in Western New York.
Kendall grand reopening, from left to right: David George, director of operations, Reid Stores; Barbara Flow, Kendall town councilwoman; Eileen Banker, representative from Assemblyman Steve Hawley’s office; Robin Paul, team leader, Reid Stores; Kevin Noon, founder of K&K Foods; Tara K. Wright, director of IT, Reid Group; Doug Galli, vice president, Reid Stores; and, Julie Christensen, Kendall Central School District superintendent.
As part of Crosby’s Stores’ ongoing work to provide the best experience and convenience for customers, remodeling work was completed at the existing store locations in Kendall, Barker, East Pembroke and Prattsburgh. Customers were invited to take advantage of the new amenities available at the refreshed stores starting Jan. 31 in Kendall and Barker, Feb. 7 in East Pembroke and Feb. 8 at the Prattsburgh location.
“Updating our stores allows us to deliver a better experience and expanded offerings for our customers,” said Doug Galli, vice president and general manager of Reid Stores. “Crosby’s thrives in each of our communities by putting a focus on making customers our priority and being actively involved in the community beyond simply offering products and services.”
Barker grand reopening, from left to right: Jacob Reimer, Barker Central School District superintendent; Michele Harris, district leader, Reid Stores; Grace McPartlin, team leader, Reid Stores, and daughter, Charlie; Paul Quebral, president, Reid Group; and, Doug Galli, vice president, Reid Stores.
Each location received a wide range of updates, including new food, beverage and fuel services that offers customers a greater selection of fresh, hot food items and refreshing drink choices. Customers also can continue to take advantage of Crosby’s competitively priced grocery options, tobacco products, gift cards, money orders, propane exchange and New York State Lottery games.
As part of the grand reopening festivities held at each location, Crosby’s also presented a donation of $500 to each local school district. Crosby’s is dedicated to being actively involved and supporting the communities that it serves, and helping local children is a great part of that ongoing commitment.
Stop in to any of the four remodeled Crosby’s locations and add a smile to your day.
East Pembroke grand reopening, from left to right: Doug Galli, vice president, Reid Stores; Sean Tooley, district leader, Reid Stores; Assemblyman Steve Hawley; Lynn Bianchi, team leader, Reid Stores; John Worth, Pembroke town supervisor; Gordon Dibble, Genesee County legislator; Michael Hicks, constituent service liaison from Rep. Chris Collins’ office; Tom Schneider, town of Pembroke Planning Board chairman; and, David George, director of operations, Reid Stores.
Prattsburgh grand reopening, from left to right: David George, director of operations, Reid Stores; Kelly Putnam, district leader, Reid Stores; Kassie Campbell, team leader, Reid Stores; Grace DeRiso, Prattsburgh Senior High School Student Council president; Kory Bay, assistant superintendent of Prattsburgh Central School District; Assemblywoman Marjorie Byrnes; Molly Safreed, field representative from Rep. Tom Reed’s office; Mike Hanna, Steuben County legislator; and, Doug Galli, vice president, Reid Stores.