An abandoned lot in Holyoke, Mass. has been transformed into a new, state of the art Circle K.
A new Circle K Convenience Store recently opened in Holyoke, Mass.
According to a report from Mass Live, the new store, located at 337 Appleton St. recently hosted a grand opening celebration, at which mayor Alex Morse cut the ceremonial ribbon.
In addition to the ribbon cutting ceremony, the store also offered any size fountain sodas for 69 cents to customers through Saturday, May 7, Mass Live reported.
The new store, which was built when store owner Yasser Hussain acquired a vacant lot and an abandoned building in the downtown Holyoke, Mass. area and renovated the space into a state of the art Circle K, is open 24 hours daily and offers coffee, late-night snacks, roller-grill items, milk, eggs and more, Mass Live reported.