Fastrac Markets LLC recently celebrated the grand opening of its 50th store at 1064 Scottsville Road in the town of Chili.
The new cafe offers pizza, sandwiches, egg casseroles, fried chicken and to-go meals. Customers can order online and in-store, and pick up orders and products through the drive-in window or in-store seating area.
The walls feature a photo collage of Gates Chili Spartan athletes and marching band.
Officials from the town of Chili and Monroe County attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony, along with Fastrac Markets corporate representatives, managers and staff.
In recognition of opening its 50th store, the New York-based company donated $35,000 to Flower City Habitat for Humanity.
“We know there are many ways to offer practical help, and we selected Habitat for Humanity because its mission to help alleviate some of the unique challenges that impact some neighborhoods is a good way to assist,” said Tom Waddle, president and CEO of Fastrac Markets LLC. The donation represented a portion of proceeds from the 16th annual FastracCares Charity Golf Outing at Timber Banks Parkway Golf Course in Baldwinsville.
“We are honored to be the recipient of Fastrac’s philanthropy,” said Matt Flanigan, CEO of Flower City Habitat for Humanity. “We’re proud of our new partnership with Fastrac and appreciate their generosity. We look forward to continuing to work together to achieve our mission of building homeownership, communities and hope.”