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Quicklee’s Travel Center opens 14th location

A family-owned convenience store has opened its 14th location, in Avon, Livingston County.rs-quicklee

Quicklee’s Travel Center, with locations in Monroe and Livingston counties, as well as two facilities in Watertown, Jefferson County, plans to hold its grand opening this weekend at the facility located off I-390 on Lakeville Road.

The features a fully stocked convenience store, car wash, Dunkin’ Donuts and Calabresella New York Style Deli, as well as a truck stop equipped with a diesel mechanic shop, overnight parking, showers and laundry.

“We are proud to introduce Quicklee’s Travel Center to the community,” Vice President Ken Perelli said in a statement. “It has been a pleasure working with the local community and the Livingston County Economic Development Center. Without these partnerships we would not have achieved this level of success so quickly.”

The Avon-based Quicklee’s was founded in 1995 and employs 110 people, including 23 at the new Avon facility.

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