New Kwik Shop opens in Haysville
02/10/2014 7:00 AM
02/10/2014 11:27 AM
WICHITA — It took a few years longer than some Haysville residents hoped, but the new Kwik Shop is opening Monday at the northeast corner of Grand and Meridian.
It looked like a new store was going to open a few years back, but it didn't happen.
The new store is replacing the Kwik Shop at 424 W. Grand.
At more than 7,500 square feet, the new store is the second-largest Kwik Shop in the chain.
There are six fuel pumps, which means the pumps can fuel 12 vehicles at once.
There's an expanded cappuccino and condiment bar along with a range of ready-to-go foods, such as pizza and breakfast sandwiches along with a roller grill and toppings bar.
The Kwik Shop also will sell grocery items, including produce and meat from its sister store, Dillons.
Grand opening celebrations will be held Feb. 21 and 22.
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