Allsups grand opening offers prizes for locals

The new Allsups location offers all the amenities people have come to expect from local convenience stores, but also a number of giveaways to celebrate its grand opening.
Tabitha Fleming
Staff Writer

Fritch is home to the newest Allsups convenience store in Hutchinson county and the new amenities are worth taking notice of. “The new store is a cleaner, safe environment,” said Karrie Evans, Assistant Manager, “we have a diesel island with 5 pumps and DEF, as well as 24 unleaded gasoline pumps.”
The new store located at 206 East Broadway in Fritch, and is celebrating it's grand opening from now until November 7, with special promotions, pricing and prize drawings. With a larger store, the location is now home to more merchandise, including an automotive section, a new frozen food section, and as Evans put it, “a huge deli.”
The deli is spectacular and for those interested in sampling the tasty items, Allsups is offering a number of money saving promotions. From now until November 7, visit the Fritch location and enjoy a refreshing 32oz Tallsup, or any size coffee or cappuccino for 49 cents. If your stomach is rumbling, give the buy one get one free burrito special a try. The promotion includes the World Famous Beef & Bean Burrito, Shredded Beef Chimi, Chicken Chimi with Hatch Green Chile, Hatch Green Chile and Cheese Burrito, and all varieties of breakfast burritos.
Customer's have a chance to win several spectacular prizes as well including a four-wheeler, barbeque grill, K2 cooler, X-Box One, Play Station 4, iPad Mini, dirt bike, or flat screen TV. To enter fill out an entry form at the front of the store. The drawing will be held Saturday November 7, at noon and you must be present to win.
There are lots of other giveaways too, including the Allsups Survival Kit giveaways which will take place Fridays and Saturdays with drawings on the hour. The kit includes delicious food items, a 64oz Allsup's mug, and a cooler. Stop in at the store for more details.
“The town is really getting into this,” said Sherri Rogers, Manager, “All our vendors came together for the prizes.”
Overall the new Allsups is another example of the convenience stores that Hutchinson county residents have come to know and trust. The family owned company takes great care and as the employees made quite clear, their owner truly supports them in not only their work, but their lives as parents, and community members. With that sort of reputation, there's no wonder that the new store is already popular with locals and travelers alike.