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The non-fuel location will focus on healthier offerings and sustainability.
SmartPay Rewards app users can choose between delivery to their vehicle at the curb or at the fuel pump.
Among those who will return to commuting, only one in four say they will immediately return to their normal c-store routine.
Associates retrieve customers' purchases from inside the store and deliver to them at a Full Service+ fuel pump.
The real estate investment trust added a dozen properties to its portfolio.
Pilot Flying J survey finds people are more likely to take an outdoors-focused trip in the coming months.
The new build offers made-to-order hot food, self-serve frozen yogurt and more.
Kwik Trip Inc., Quik Trip Corp. and Wawa Inc. are jockeying to take the lead, according to Market Force.
Eight franchise sites are expected to open during the first half of 2020, with more to come.
Convenience store chains add to their networks through a mix of acquisition and new builds.
European teams provided guidance on fuel supply and merchandising assortment prior to the pandemic hitting North America.
Team training sessions for its "Food at Scale" initiative are suspended due to social distancing guidelines.
The company will provide additional transaction detail to fuel retailers with high fraud incidents.
Fresh crates, meal prep and provisions, curbside pickup and delivery are now available.
Darren Rebelez anticipates lasting differences in how people work and shop.
The partnership closes on asset exchanges with Couche-Tard, and brings retail back into its portfolio.
Liability shielding for essential businesses tops the association’s agenda.
Steps include forming the Wawa Clean Force, expanding delivery, contributing to hunger relief, and more.
Steve Bramlage and Ena Williams bring experience, deep knowledge to the c-store retailer.
The company delays its restaurant rebranding project amid significant drops in fuel and foodservice sales.
Indiana chain makes changes at its c-stores and product manufacturing facilities.
The Irving brings in elements of a market-style café, and offers a seamless customer experience.
The company will focus on key areas to increase profitability and achieve stronger earnings.
NACS and Conexxus are working to complete detailed specifications that will standardize the process at the point-of-sale.
Mobile fuel pay allows &Rewards members to skip the keypad and activate the pump with their smartphone.
The resiliency of the Speedway brand was reflected in same-store merchandise sales increases.