KINGWOOD, Texas — Visitors to the new Corner Store received coffee, coupons and breakfast items during its recent grand opening ceremony, according to yourhoustonnews.com.

The company also donated $5,000 to Kingwood Park High School, noted the article.

The more than $4,600-square-foot facility includes a taco bar, deli, bakery, carwash, Redbox and 14 gas pumps, reported the article.

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“We are very fortunate to be able to have this site and get this site,” said Pete Lindon, Corner Store vice president of retail operations, in the article. “It’s about a two-acre site. It’s a great challenge these days to have access and this one worked out really well.

“You’ve got tremendous traffic off the highway and [a] major intersection and a good residential community to support,” continued Lindon in the article. “To be able to get in and out makes this a unique site; it affords access in all directions, which is unique.”

Lindson also added in the article the location makes its own baked goods in the store.

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