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The 201st and 202nd locations also began welcoming customers on that same day.
Role changes include both internal promotions and outside hires.
The transaction includes c-stores, gas stations and a wholesale fuels business in New York.
The Virginia-based retailer picks up Cash and Sons' five-store chain.
Campbell Oil Co. will rebrand the 16 company-operated stores to its BellStores brand.
Entry into the American convenience channel by global players is heating up.
The Gallatin c-store is the first in a Tennessee expansion plan that includes 50 sites within in the next five years.
The retailer receives the highest overall rankings in six categories.
Two new travel centers opened in St. Clair, Mich., and Edon, Ohio, on the same day.
The parent company of EG America could go public in 2020.
An analysis by Edge by Ascential points to consumers' focus on price and speed.
Retailer earns accolades in the Deli/Prepared Foods/Meal Kits, Cookies & Crackers, and Mexican/Latin American Foods categories.
Alimentation Couche-Tard's initiatives dominated headlines alongside CSNews awards programs.
This year's winners deliver best-in-class layouts, branding and amenities to their customers.
Enmarket strategically uses color to help customers identify the different areas of the store.
7-Eleven Inc.'s parent company is closing 1,000 unprofitable stores and eliminating 3,000 jobs.
A steady integration will involve best practices from each convenience store chain.
The transaction is part of Yesway's goal to build a 500-store portfolio.
With unemployment low, convenience store operators are taking different approaches to staffing.
Wawa restored historic details while adding contemporary touches to serve the modern customer.
The company's goal is to provide competitive wages and full-time hours to as many employees as possible.
Coffee Cup Travel Center aims to make its guests feel like they’re at home.
The retailer is touted for focusing on fresh, healthy and ready-to-eat items as a differentiator.
Hard Rock training veteran Jim Knight shares tips for delivering “service that rocks.”