Irving Oil Continues Northeastern Growth

Irving Oil continues to grow in Vermont with the announcement of a new location at 16 Route 106 in North Springfield.

The North Springfield Smart Shop is the third Irving location opened by Midway Oil in the past three months.

“As a family-owned company it was important for us to partner with someone with a strong reputation and a commitment to the community,” said Frank Trombetta of Midway Oil. “Irving Oil is exactly that type of company. We are excited to help grow the Irving brand in the state of Vermont.”

The North Springfield Smart Shop offers complete convenience store service, competitive prices, Green Mountain Coffee and ample parking. The location will participate in Irving’s gas savings program with Shaw’s Supermarkets.

In October, Midway Oil announced the opening of two new Irving locations in Poultney and Fair Haven Vermont. The Poultney Snack Shop is located on 267 Main Street, adjacent to Green Mountain College and offers complete convenience store service with a variety of products at competitive prices including, Irving clean gasoline, Green Mountain Coffee, beer, wine, and tobacco products. The Fair Haven Smart Shop is located at 38 Main Street and offers similar competitive prices and features a Dunkin’ Donuts satellite in the store.

Midway Oil is owned by the Trombetta and Merone families and based in Rutland, Vt. The company supplies fuel for 53 gas stations and owns 20 locations in Vermont and upstate New York.

Irving Oil, based just north of Maine in Atlantic Canada is an energy refiner and marketer currently growing across the Northeast.

“We are pleased to partner with family owned businesses such as Midway Oil as we grow the Irving brand across Vermont and New England,” said Harry Hadiaris, general manager of Irving Oil Marketing. “Irving is known for excellent customer service and a great fueling experience; exactly what Midway Oil will provide.”

The new Irving Oil station is open to the public. A Grand opening celebration to welcome new and returning customers is expected in the coming weeks.





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