Kangaroo Express Reopens Tornado-Damaged Store

After complete rebuilding, Kangaroo Express store celebrates reopening on Dec. 8

The Kangaroo Express convenience store that was extensively damaged by April tornadoes celebrated its reopening on Dec. 8 after a complete rebuilding of the store and gas pumps.

Mayor Barger led the celebration with a ribbon cutting announcing its open doors.

Kangaroo Express took the tornado damage to its Ringgold, Ga. store as an opportunity to not only rebuild, but to build an improved and more spacious store that will help better serve the people of Ringgold in a fast, friendly and clean store environment.

The new store features Kangaroo Express’ “Fresh Initiative,” including wider aisles, a broader assortment of pastries, warm breakfast sandwiches, fresh fruit, and fountain beverages. A new spacious serving station offers new and improved Bean Street Coffee, upgraded cups, lids and a wide variety of coffee flavorings, allowing guests to customize their cup of Bean Street Coffee. In addition, the store will offer fresh sandwiches and salads for on-the-go lunch and dinner occasions.

While rebuilding, Kangaroo Express also added energy efficient lighting, including LED lighting outside of the store. Inside the store, a reduced number of low-wattage light bulbs with white reflectors provide a greater amount of light with less energy. LED lighting will also be installed in the fuel canopies once complete.

 

 

 

 

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