LUBBOCK, Texas — United Supermarkets here said last week it opened its first stand-alone convenience store, called United Express. The company declined to say if or when it planned to open additional units. “For now we look at it as an opportunity to learn,” Eddie Owens, director of communications, told SN. The store, which features fresh foods along with a traditional c-store offering, plus six gas pumps, is 3,100 square feet — larger than a ...
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