The Roanoke Valley Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for New Dixie Oil’s newest store located at 1609 Highway 158, Roanoke Rapids, NC. “We wanted to invest in our community and replace an existing facility with a state of the art facility. We are from here, live here, and we are going to be here for years to come,” said Scott Aman, President of New Dixie Oil Corporation. The new location features a grill to prepare hot food for customers and a kiosk from the Halifax County Convention and Visitors Bureau with information on local attractions. More information on New Dixie Oil can be found online at http://www.newdixieoil.com .
New Dixie Oil Corporation is a locally owned and operated oil & LP gas company that has served the Roanoke Valley since 1962. New Dixie also owns and operates convenience stores across the region. This marks the sixth project A. R. Chesson Construction has completed for New Dixie Oil Corporation. Clint Hardison was the Site Superintendent.
New Dixie Oil Corporation began serving Eastern North Carolina in 1962 with oil, gas, LP gas, lubricants and other petroleum products. New Dixie Oil also operates convenience stores throughout NC and VA.
The management of New Dixie has committed a significant investment to upgrade several existing convenience stores in the Roanoke Rapids area.
A. R. Chesson Construction Company was hired to provide New Dixie design, retrofit, and renovation to three locations in Halifax County.
Construction work on Village 231 located on Highway 48, started in June 2014 and was completed in August 2014. Renovation began at BP 209 Convenience Store and Carwash, located at the I-95 and Highway 158 intersection in September 2014 and will be completed in October 2014. At the same intersection, improvements to their Dairy Queen franchise will begin in October 2014 and will be completed in November.
Clint Hardison is serving as the Superintendent for these upfit ventures.