Bosselman’s ever-expanding group of Pump & Pantry convenience stores is expanding with a store design and Cinnabon quick-service restaurant.
The new store, according to The Omaha World Herald, features a traditional Pump & Pantry store, Cinnabon and a Bones’ BBQ, which prepares lunch and dinner items fresh onsite.
The store also showcases the new “hometown” building concept Bosselman Cos., which owns Pump & Pantry, will use on future Pump & Pantry stores and remodels, the report said. A new mascot, Bones, the Pump & Pantry Husky dog, welcomes customers at the main entrance, along with a new exterior color scheme of blue and yellow.
Pump & Pantry has become a fixture in dozens of towns throughout Nebraska. Many locations have pay-at-the-pump capabilities. Updates, renovations, and remodels are ongoing to ensure that each location offers the latest in technology and convenience to serve customers better, the company said.
Bosselmans acquired its first store in 1971, and in 1975, acquired the future marketing rights to the Pump & Pantry name. The new location is the company’s 49th store.