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Denver cashier-less convenience store chain ready to expand

Denver Cashier-less Convenience Store Chain Plans to Quickly Expand

The company owns a handful of 400 square foot convenience stores, open 24/7, everyday, with no employees. The business sells convenience store items, groceries and ready-made meals at its cashier-less stores. According to the Denver Business Journal, the store currently has four locations of varying sizes in Denver and one at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Thanks to a Series A funding raise, Choice Market says it’s ready to expand its novel concept, and in a hurry. To date, Choice Market has raised $10 million to accommodate its expansion plans.

In addition to universities, Choice Market plans to target hospitals, apartments, hospitals, airports and other venues. The company is working on deals in coworking spaces and apartments in Denver as well. The company has five new Mini-Marts in the works for this year, and more to come in 2024. 


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