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He digs it

Posted 7/1/21

He really digs it After all of the remarks and ceremonial ground breaking of the service station and convenience store planned for Airport and Post Roads - the flagship to a fleet of 150 Neon Marketplace stores in the next five years - 2-year old

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He digs it

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After all of the remarks and ceremonial ground breaking of the service station and convenience store planned for Airport and Post Roads – the flagship to a fleet of 150 Neon Marketplace stores in the next five years – 2-year old Lincoln Stone got down to work. Lincoln is the son of Ashley Stone and grandson of Ward 3 Councilman Timothy Howe who attended the event. Neon Marketplace is Procaccianti Companies of Cranston newest venture. The $9 million development will feature multiple fueling and recharging stations plus a store with its own baked goods and freshly made foods. The Warwick store is projected to open this fall. Looking on as Lincoln wields a shovel is City Council President Steve McAllister. (Warwick Beacon photo)

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