Cumberland Farms brings ‘open concept’ to NH
The renovated Cumberland Farms in Milton was designed to have a warmer, more welcoming feel. Through Feb. 26, the company will donate 10 cents for every Farmhouse Blend Coffee sold at this location to Milton Elementary School. (John Quinn Photo)
Foreman said the local store sold about 10,000 cups of hot beverages, including coffee, in December. She said there’s usually a bump in sales during the fundraising campaigns as word spreads around the community.
Foreman said the new design, which was first used in 2009, is working well across the company’s area.
Foreman said the company has completed renovations on 180 of its 600 stores, including ones in Boscawen, Concord, Epsom, Goffstown, Greenland, Keene, Laconia, Nashua, Plaistow, Rollinsford and three in Rochester (along Highland, Knight and North Main streets).
Cumberland Farms, which began in Massachusetts in 1939, has stores in 11 states, including Delaware, Florida, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and all of New England.
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