The RaceTrac gas station off Hwy. 41 at Baker Rd. in Cartersville is closed temporarily for a huge renovation. A drive by the station Friday afternoon showed the building completely gutted and crews busy at work. According to Karissa Bursch, Communications Manager with RaceTrac, the station closed last week for renovations and will be back open by the end of October.
“The store remodel will bring a more modern store layout that features updated building architecture, new Swirl World frozen treat stations, an expanded coffee area with more counter space, and additional indoor and outdoor lighting and seating areas,” she says.
The Swirl World frozen treat station will offer a variety of frozen yogurt, ice cream and gelato flavors and an assortment of up to 40 toppings, including fresh fruits, chocolates and candies.
“Guests will also be able to be their own barista and customize their ‘Crazy Good Coffee’ at RaceTrac’s expanded coffee bar. This store will now feature six blends of fresh-brewed coffee, from Columbian to hazelnut, with popular creamers, sweeteners and toppings like whipped cream and marshmallows right at their finger tips,” says Bursch.
“Finally, guests can expect to find the tasty food and beverage options they know and love, but with more fresh and customizable options. This remodeled store will feature roller grill classics as well as seasonal limited time offers, which can be topped with old favorites like ketchup and mustard, or mixed up with new additions like onions, jalapenos and nacho cheese from the expanded toppings bar.”
The updated RaceTrac food offerings will also include a new variety of hot and cold sandwiches, salads, wraps, fruit cups, whole fruits and fresh-baked pastries, all delivered fresh each day.