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The convenience retailer reports progress on fuel price optimization and procurement programs.
Casey's, Enmarket, Pilot Co., RaceTrac and Sheetz are just some of the latest retailers making moves to help team members.
Other social distancing practices include pausing the use of reusable bags and visual spacing indicators.
The c-store chain pairs up with Paytronix to offer customers a more personalized experience.
The convenience store association asks the major payment networks to wait to determine a new deadline.
A study by Convenience Store News’ parent company identifies shopper behavior impacts.
This year’s ranking is led by a new player that’s building up a sizeable industry presence.
The multi-year agreement brings turnkey services to more than 2,000 c-stores.
GPM Investments, Kwik Trip, Love's, 7-Eleven and Thorntons are adding more employees.
7-Eleven and Yesway enhance their paid time off policies, while Love’s and Wawa increase their hourly wages.
The Convenience Store News Editorial Advisory Board shares their concerns around employees, inventory and more.
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The retailer will install high-quality floor decals and plexiglass sneeze guards for the front sales counter.
Shell Oil and WorkJam will outline timely workforce tools for c-store retailers at 1 p.m. on March 31.
The transaction included the exchange of wholesale fuel supply contracts covering 333 sites.
All gasoline products are now Top Tier certified.
The company is conducting due diligence work on a possible acquisition agreement.
The guidance, however, is advisory and not a federal directive to states.
The parent company of Circle K is rolling out new food, beverage and technology programs.
Customers will not have to pay the delivery fee on orders of more than $8 purchased through its pact with EatStreet.
Stay up to date on how the convenience channel is navigating the coronavirus crisis.
7-Eleven, Sheetz, Crosby's and Stewart's Shops are among the retailers addressing the latest concerns.
Deep cleaning, checklists for workers and notes to customers are among actions being taken.
Gas Express will serve Champs Chicken in Atlanta and Little Rock, Ark., starting this spring.
The retailer has opened 50 new stores and acquired 10 stores through its fiscal third quarter.
One notable difference is predicted for this year’s consolidation environment.