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Englefield Oil, a family-owned business established in 1961 by FW Englefield III, opened three service stations that would eventually become the well-known convenience store and gas station it is today, called Duchess (based out of Heath, Ohio).

The brand’s new 5,500-square-foot flagship is now Duchess’ largest store to date, boasting a design that provides a fresh market look with bright lighting, open sightlines, textured finishes and warm messaging. Local is the key word to this design and new build, from the creation to execution and introduction of local products that satisfy the needs of the everyday convenience store shopper.

The new prototype — designed by Sketch Blue + Nicole Faccinto Design — joins more than 100 existing store locations, with plans for retrofitting in place.



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