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South Boonville Celebrated with a Grand Opening Celebration!

Boonville Stewart's Shop Grand Opening

Here we GROW again! Stewart’s Shops has invested $50 million to rebuild 13 new shops and build 4 new shops in 2019.  Our newest shops are in South Boonville and Queensbury. These shops are part of our continuous commitment to meet our growing customer needs; offering a wider variety of food and beverage options and…
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Our New Queensbury Shop holds its Grand Opening Event

flavor with balloons, grand opening

Queensbury Stewart’s Shop Grand Opening took place on Friday, Oct. 18th We celebrated a successful ribbon-cutting ceremony during our event at 221 Corinth Road Queensbury, NY. All-day specials included FREE single scoop cones, hot coffee/tea and iced coffee/cold brew. There were 50¢ Stewart’s Shops sodas and refreshers and 50¢ roller grill items as well as…
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Another Lucky Stewart’s Customer Has Become a MILLIONAIRE!

Cash4LifeLottery Winner

Jon and Deborah Hansen of Walden, NY are the most recent winners of the $7,000,000 CASH4LIFE jackpot prize. They matched all six numbers drawn for the September 12 drawing. Jon summed up the feeling of winning the Lottery in one word. “Surreal.” It was an ordinary day just like any other, Jon had just arrived…
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Adirondack Thunder Players Kick Off Their Season at Stewart’s Shops!

Adirondack Thunder Players with Flavor, the Stewart's Shop Mascot

The Adirondack Thunder hockey team visited select Capital Region Stewart’s Shops on Wednesday to greet fans as they prepare to hit the ice for this weekend’s home opener in Glens Falls. Players from the Capital Region’s only professional hockey team surprised fans with ticket and merchandise at each of their stops to generate excitement in…
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Stewart’s Shops Partners with American Dairy Association North East and Local Dairy Farms to Offer Fresh Dairy Smoothies to Local Students

Farm to School event group picture

October is National Farm to School Month In celebration of National Farm to School Month, Saratoga Springs High School distributed smoothies made with local New York State milk and yogurt to students during breakfast. Saratoga Springs School District Receives New Blender The school recently received a new smoothie blender donated through a collaborative effort between…
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Stewart’s Shops is the “Sweet Spot” and the “Gettin’ Place”, according to Adirondack Life Magazine

Adirondack Mountains Making Your Life Easier

If you live in upstate New York or Southern Vermont, you are familiar with Stewart’s Shops. In some areas, like the Adirondacks, there are no grocery stores within 40 miles and many consider Stewart’s their grocery store, town diner, coffee shop, ice cream shop, and meeting place. In the six-million acre Adirondack Park, there are…
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Stewart’s Shops/Dake Family Help to Bring Albany a New Community Center

IPH ribbon cutting

Two years ago, IPH (Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless) broke ground on this project at 315-317 Sheridan Avenue in Albany. The goal was to transform two aging buildings into highly productive community centers. Through donations, grants, and tax credits, IPH raised nearly $10 million, including the Stewart’s Shops/Dake Family gifts, allowing an expanded project scope….
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Congratulations to our District Manager of the Quarter!

Left: Senior District Manager, Carrie Danquer Right: District Manager of the Quarter, Samantha Swatling

Congratulations to Samantha Swatling, pictured on the right next to Senior District Manager Carrie Danquer, for being named the District Manager of the Quarter. Samantha has been with Stewart’s for 7 years. She oversees 12 shops throughout central New York. She has consistently been keeping a good balance within her district while growing her staff….
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Kindness is Contagious, Especially when Ice Cream is Involved!

Troy Stewart's Shop donates ice cream to Homework Club in Troy

During the last pint ice cream sale, Eddie Bell, Stewart’s Shop Manager of the shop on Congress Street, encouraged customers to ‘Buy a Pint of ice cream and Give a Pint’. This initiative was an effort to support REACT, which stands for the Resident Empowered Action Council of Troy, a city-wide resident organization for all…
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