GALAX, VA. -- A woman who won the grand prize in McDonald's Million Dollar Song contest has bought the convenience store where she worked as a cashier. "I always thought that, if I had the money, I'd like to have a little store like Hop-In," Charlene Price said Monday. "But I never thought they'd sell." Hop-In's corporate heads were "real nice about it," she said. "They told me if I ever needed anything to call them . . . . I worked till the 12th, got one day off and signed the papers on the 14th." The store has been renamed the Price Is Right Grocery, remodeled and painted, and the new sign was to go up yesterday. "It's a convenience store with grocery-store prices" -- and a produce department, said Price, who won the $1 million prize in February. "There's never been produce there before . . . . I'm real proud of it . . . . The mayor cut the ribbon Saturday morning. There was a country music band and cloggers. We had a real good day." Price will get $50,000 a year for 20 years from McDonald's, but she says her life hasn't changed all that much. "Little kids like to come in and see 'that woman who won the money,' " she said. "But most of the people here treat me like they always did."