The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting Aug. 2 at the Country Corners Market, 22168 Dupont Blvd., Georgetown.

The event celebrated the grand re-opening of the market after having been closed for several months during extensive renovations.

Most recently renovated in the late 1990s, the Country Corners Market’s owners felt the building needed to be updated and decided a full renovation was in order.

“After about a year of planning and site work we were very excited to unveil the outcome,” said Operations Manager Lori Baker Vieira, “As a small convenience store chain it’s important to maintain business with what keeps them coming back through the doors.”

In addition to fuel pumps and basic convenience store fare, the nine Country Corners Markets that can be found throughout southern Delaware have built a reputation through their offerings of burgers, cheesesteaks, subs, homemade salads and cakes and, as of last year, Chicken Man fried chicken. To update the look and feel of the newly renovated Georgetown Country Corners Market, more parking has been added along with ordering kiosks, Delaware State Lottery and expanded restroom facilities.

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