Camas Plaza, located at 4031 Camas Plaza SE, Olympia, WA, enjoyed a soft opening on Jan. 25.
The site, which can be found between Lacey and Yelm at the roundabout between Washington State Route 510 and Yelm Highway, opened a new Nisqually Markets convenience store offering Shell plc fueling services, as well as the new Camas Coffee House, a sit-down coffee shop with a drive-thru.
The businesses – owned by the Nisqually Indian Tribe and managed by Medicine Creek Enterprise Corporation (MCEC) – are open to the public, and a grand opening is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 3.
The convenience store has taken everything that’s been successful at Nisqually Markets locations and rolled it into one premium package. Meanwhile, the coffee house is ready to be enjoyed by anyone in the area that would like to take a cozy break from the workday or meet a friend on the weekend.
The soft opening was attended by several representatives of MCEC and the Tribe, including members of the MCEC Board of Directors and of the Nisqually Tribal Council.
“This has been a project that could not have happened without the support of the Nisqually Tribal Council, MCEC Board Members, MCEC, Nisqually Construction as well as many other members of the team. We are excited to open and showcase the new location,” said Nisqually Markets General Manager Charie Coulliette.
Read March’s newsletter for full coverage of the Camas Plaza Grand Opening.
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