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CASEY’S GENERAL STORE It may look like a gas station on the


outside, but Cindy Baumann, general manager at the new Casey’s General Store, 580 E. Veterans Pkwy, Yorkville, says she prefers to think of it as a pizza place that sells gas. “We are fifth in the nation for our


pizza among gas stations,” she says. “We make our own dough and fresh cut the vegetables on a daily basis. Our pizzas are made with love.” In addition to gas and great pizza,


Casey’s also offers burgers and fries, chicken tenders and six-inch or foot- long made-to-order Italian, ham and cheese, club or club combo sandwichs. “We have eight meats, five cheeses


and fresh cut vegetables daily,” Cindy says. “We also have six kinds of coffee and 10 types of donuts.” And that’s not all. Casey’s offers


a variety of breakfast items, including breakfast pizza made with cheddar cheese sauce and your choice of bacon, sausage or vegetables. “We also have a small selection of groceries,


General manager Cindy Baumann, right, and employee Kaylee pose in front of the Casey’s pizza for sale by the slice.


Photo by Paul E. Burd Photography


including ice cream, chips, milk, eggs, paper towels, cereal, and we also sell some medications.” When it opened in July of 2018, Yorkville’s Casey’s


became one of over 2,000 Casey’s stores in 15 states. Cindy says Casey’s is slways looking for bigger and better opportunities, and now that they are in Yorkville, they want to become a part of the community. “We are looking for ways we can help the


community out,” she said.


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