We’ve got some great news for people who live or work in Fairfield.

It looks like the Central Maine town is going to be getting a brand new Big Apple convenience store.

According to an article in the KJ, C. N. Brown has demolished the old Big Apple store on the corner of Main Street and Water Street.  Now, they are in the process of building a new, larger convenience store.

The article explains that Fairfield Town Manager Michelle Flewelling confirmed that the new store, which will be at 124 Main Street, will not only be much larger, but farther back from the road.  This will make it safer and more easily accessible for customers.

At this point, no opening date for the new store has been announced.

 About C. N. Brown & Big Apple Stores

New England energy company C. N. Brown was founded in Lovell, Maine, in 1948.  It started out as a retail and wholesale lumber company.  Soon after the company’s founding, the company added petroleum products.

In the 1970s, the company shifted to focus on their Big Apple convenience stores, gasoline, and heating oil.

Erik McClean / Unsplash
Erik McClean / Unsplash

Now, the company operates over 70 Big Apple convenience stores throughout New England.  In addition to selling gas and diesel, they also feature food items, basic grocery items, beer, and vehicle maintenance items.  Depending on where they are located, some stores even sell liquor.

Learn more about the company here.

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