The Oneida Daily Dispatch (Oneida, NY)
Largest Maple Leaf Market Store opening
Oneida Nation Enterprises has announced plans for its fourth Maple Leaf Market store, located at the intersection of Route 365 and Route 31 in Verona. The location is currently a Savon store and will be transformed into a Maple Leaf Market.
Construction is underway and is scheduled to be completed by Labor Day. The store will remain open throughout the renovation. As one of Oneida Nation Enterprises’ most popular convenience store locations, converting the store to a Maple Leaf Market will elevate the guest experience even more. The transformation to Maple Leaf Market will also align with the opening of the nearby Upstate Cancer Center in Verona.
The new location in Verona will be Oneida Nation Enterprises’ largest convenience store to date and will build on everything guests love about Maple Leaf Market, expanding its unique offerings and amenities. The addition of an onsite kitchen will produce fresh meals, pizzas, paninis and more.
These items will be offered alongside a diverse selection of food offerings from regional partners, as well as domestic and imported beer and all the essentials offered by other Maple Leaf Market stores.
The new Maple Leaf Market will be updated with additional checkouts to provide faster guest service. The on-site Dunkin’ Donuts and its drive-through will also be updated for more optimized traffic flow.
The Savon diesel station currently located across Route 31 will be moving to the new Maple Leaf Market as well, allowing for easier access for truckers. The diesel pumps will supplement regular gasoline pumps. At the current location of the diesel station on Route 31, Oneida Nation Enterprises will be adding three new retail outlets. Additional details about the retail locations will be announced shortly.
Oneida Nation Enterprises’ first Maple Leaf Market opened in Sherrill in November 2017, followed by the Chittenango store in February 2018 and the Sylvanverona Beach location in May of the same year. Over the last six years, Maple Leaf Market has become synonymous with fresh, quality food and elevated graband-go options.