Spinx Reopens Location With New Features

The Orangeburg, S.C., store features expanded foodservice and a Tesla Supercharger station.

December 06, 2021

Spinx Team Members in front of Spinx Store

GREENVILLE, S.C.—The Spinx Company announced the grand re-opening of the Spinx #271 store in Orangeburg, S.C., last week. The renovated store features a full-service kitchen and diesel truck lanes.

In addition, Spinx announced this location includes a Tesla Supercharger station with eight Supercharger stalls. The Tesla Superchargers help Tesla drivers stay charged anywhere and will drive additional business to this newly renovated location.

“We are so happy to celebrate the re-opening of this popular Spinx location. With Tesla expanding its global network among popular routes and destinations, we look forward to providing drivers with the Tesla Superchargers at this new store,” said Stewart Spinks, founder and chairman of the board, The Spinx Company.

In June, The Spinx Company started piloting a self-checkout program to maximize the roles of team members and to provide more service options to all customers. Spinx’s goal is to roll out self-checkout to all Spinx stores in the second and third quarters of 2022.

“At Spinx, we exist to make people’s lives easier. By providing the self-checkout option to our customers, they will be able to stop at our store, shop for what they need and quickly and easily get back on their way,” said Spinx President Stan Storti.

Spinks said, “Self-checkout is not a new concept; however, within our industry it is considered very cutting edge, and we are thrilled to be leading the charge here at the local level.”

Many customers prefer self-checkout over a traditional cashier experience. For convenience retailers looking to add self-checkout to their stores, NACS Daily recently shared some tips and watchouts on the road to successful implementation.

To learn about the ways retailers are working to incorporate various technologies to shorten and improve checkout lanes, read “The ‘Vision’ of Future Checkout” and “Faster Checkout with Fewer Staff” in NACS Magazine.