Royal Farms has announced the opening date of its newest New Jersey store.

The location at Fire and Tilton roads in Egg Harbor Township will have a “soft open” event at 11 a.m. April 24. Construction began last year on the gas station-convenience store. The plans approved in March 2018 included a 4,647-square-foot store with eight pump islands and 53 parking spaces.

The opening announcement was made on a Facebook event page, saying this is a practice day for employees. Customers can register online to receive a free meal at the new store’s deli.

The Maryland-based convenience chain is known for its "World Famous Fried Chicken" and "Western Fries," according to its website. 

A developer has proposed building another Royal Farms in Absecon.

 

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