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Tops To Celebrate Store Renovation, Reopening In Cheektowaga, NY

Tops Market Chapter 11

Tops will cut the ribbon Aug. 9 on its $2.7 million store renovation at 3865 Union Road in Cheektowaga, New York. This renovation marks the 25th store to be updated by the supermarket chain.

This store has been updated from top to bottom, including refreshed exterior paint, landscaping, energy efficient equipment and LED lighting, solar-powered efficiencies, new flooring, expanded self-checkouts, renovated restrooms and updated interior décor.

Camille Cottrell, store manager, said she and her team are working to focus on affordable, easy-to-prepare meal options for customers, as well as providing some new additions.

“When it comes to freshness, convenience and variety, you’ll find everything here at your newly remodeled Cheektowaga store,” Cottrell said. “With all of the inspiring products including a wider selection of domestic and imported cheeses, fresh prepared sushi, healthy hydration, custom cut meats by real butchers, and an expanded floral department, guests are sure to enjoy all we have to offer.”

Cottrell invites the community to visit during the grand reopening celebration and have the chance to win prizes such as a $1,000 in Tops gift cards for food and fuel, four tickets to the Buffalo Bills game on Nov. 13 and a dinner for two with Chef Darian Bryan at The Plating Society.

Tops Markets operates 150 grocery stores in New York, Pennsylvania and Vermont, including five that are run by franchisees. As a large private, for-profit employer with more than 14,000 employees, Tops works to help its communities via support for programs that eradicate hunger and disease, educate youth and reduce environmental waste and energy consumption.

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