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BK’s Tobacco & Accessories Plans Expansion To Yorktown

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YORK-BK’s Tobacco & Accessories is planning to expand, adding a third location on Hampton Highway in York County.


It was announced on January 4 that BK’s Tobacco & Accessories, which currently has two locations in Hampton on Mercury Boulevard and Kecoughtan Road, leased 2,900 square feet of retail space at the Shady Banks Shopping Center at 2900 Hampton Highway in Yorktown.


BK’s Tobacco & Accessories carries a variety of products including tobacco, cigars, vaping, and CBD products. Store manager BK Abo, who runs the business with his father, said he anticipates the new Yorktown location to open on February 20.


Another member of the Abo family operates the new Mary Organic Food & Tobacco, which opened in Williamsburg in July 2021.

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