PARLIN, N.J.—QuickChek, based in Whitehouse Station, New Jersey, announced the opening of a larger, newly-designed store with fuel and expanded fresh-food options in Parlin, New Jersey.
At 4,542 square feet, the new build is a stand-alone store, replacing a smaller QuickChek. The location features the company’s new exterior with a green tower and “Fresh to Go” interior layout, which is “designed to enhance the shopping experience,” according to QuickChek. The new Parlin store will be open 24 hours a day.
More than half of the new store will be dedicated to freshly prepared food and beverages, including QuickChek’s fresh brewed hot and iced coffees. The location also has eight fueling stations.
QuickChek’s new store design features an open floor plan with earth tone colors, clean sightlines, spacious stand-alone food displays and wide aisles. The store’s upgraded technology features include mobile ordering through the QuickChek Rewards app, touchscreens to customize made-to-order food and beverage items in store, as well as contactless self-checkout counters.
An upgraded foodservice menu includes extensions to QuickChek’s popular Portuguese roll lineup of signature 6-inch and 12-inch original recipe, as well as sub sandwiches and wraps, custom-made with the finest flavorful ingredients and the freshest quality meats and cheeses. The fall season menu features fresh brewed hot or iced pumpkin spice coffee, made-to-order iced caramel pumpkin macchiato, hot caramel pumpkin latte and pumpkin cookie smoothies.
QuickChek also offers made-to-order Red Bull Infusions energy drinks featuring flavor combinations that are unique to QuickChek and are available iced, frozen or without sugar.
Other amenities of the new Parlin store include no-fee ATMs, outdoor seating for eight and 24 parking spaces.
“Our new Parlin store enables us to provide more options to better meet the needs of today’s consumer and provide safe, fast, convenient neighborhood shopping in this vibrant community,” said QuickChek Divisional Vice President Don Leech. “We believe in letting you choose your convenience, whether you shop in-store, from home, from your phone or on-the-go.”
Committed to giving back to the communities it serves, QuickChek will donate 25 cents for every sub sandwich sold in the new store from September 20 through October 18 to the Sayreville Jr. Bombers Football Team comprised of local kids ages 9-13.
QuickChek has 161 stores, including 96 locations with fuel throughout New Jersey, New York’s Hudson Valley and Long Island.
At the NACS Show, don’t miss the education session “Revising Store Design for Your Streamlined Workforce” on October 3 at 9:15 a.m. in Ballroom C, plus “Self-Checkout Strategies” October 1 at noon PDT in Pavilion 4. There’s still time to register for the Show, which kicks off this Saturday in Las Vegas and runs through next Tuesday.