Something new is coming to the corner of 24th and Locust in Quincy.
When it opens, the new Harvest Market will turn the idea of a convenience store on its head.
Logistics Manager for the project, Andy Hermsmeier, says that Harvest Market will be a perfect for this community.
"Harvest Market has a midwest feel to it and its perfect for Quincy," Hermsmeier said. "It represents fresh food, fresh sandwiches, fresh salads and soups and it will be a very unique convenience store atmosphere."
WIFI service will be available in a comfortable seating area.
The store also will provide a larger parking lot and more convenient access to the gas pumps.
Gerry Kettler, the director of Consumer Affairs for Niemann Foods, says the Harvest Market will also add about 15 to 20 new jobs to the local economy.
"We've been located in Quincy since 1917," Kettler said. "One of the things that we like to do is keep evolving. Not only does that keep it interesting I hope for our community and our customers but it also keeps our associates engaged and so we're very happy to open this location."
You'll get your chance to see the new Harvest Market when it opens on August 21.