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Posted: Friday, 07 February 2014 12:10PM

Casey's General Store Ribbon Cutting



Hopkinsville welcomed a new pizza chain, gas station, and general store Friday morning with a grand opening and ribbon cutting. The third Casey's General Store to open in Kentucky cut the ribbon on their brand new building at the corner of Fort Campbell Boulevard and Nelson Drive, in the former Habitat ReStore lot. Casey's District Manager Mary Hamm told the crowd that they are excited to be a part of Hopkinsville.



Stephanie McQueen with the Christian County Chamber says they are glad to see the amount of people frequenting the store.



Casey's General Store now has three stores in Hopkinsville, Cadiz, and Dawson Springs. The store makes their own pizza and donuts and is considered the 5th largest pizza chain in the country.

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