Monday, October 5, 2015

Royal Farms Adding Two Locations in PA

by Steve Lubetkin,
Two new locations were signed for Royal Farms, a convenience store chain expanding in the Delaware Valley.

Royal Farms will begin construction this fall in Upper Chichester and Glenolden, PA. Grand openings for both locations are planned for spring 2016. The retailer recently opened its first location in the Delaware Valley at 105 S. Stewart Avenue, Ridley Park, PA.

“We’re excited to continue our expansion into the Delaware Valley after our store opening in Ridley Park last January,” says Brittany Eldredge, public relations and customer service manager, Royal Farms. “We anticipate the same level of success we’ve seen at the Ridley Park location, and we’re looking forward to serving another community in the area.”

Royal Farms was established in 1959 and has grown to a regional chain of 160 stores throughout Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Virginia.

Every Royal Farms store is built to LEED environmental standards, using programs to recycle water and waste products while also choosing low impact construction materials and ultra-high efficiency systems. Royal Farms currently has 24 LEED certified stores, ranking them in the top 10 retailers in LEED sustainably built stores.

“Their new locations in Upper Chichester and Glenolden are heavily traveled and easily accessible. We continue to see more and more communities interested in bringing a Royal Farms into their area, and we’re happy to be able to meet some of that demand with these two locations.”

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