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Circle K's parent company has nearly 50 stores currently under construction.
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In addition to building five new locations in Amarillo, Texas, the company wants to hire 300-plus new employees.
CEO Brian Hannasch says the United States is where it can achieve the greatest synergies.
Parker's Metter convenience store is the first V3 Tesla charging site to open in Georgia.
Circle K's parent company expands its digital upsell platform and grows home delivery.
Nielsen: Customization, personalization and experiential are key to the channel.
A newly constructed franchise location is slated to open in mid-2020.
FriendShip Stores, Love's and Parker's also welcome customers at new locations.
Neglect this area of your business and you’ll have a true mess on your hands.
Among the highlights, the travel center operator introduces the One9 Fuel Network and in-store technology enhancements.
The two companies also announce the third and final tranche of its 2017 asset exchange pact.
The convenience retailer has opened four locations in the metropolitan area since August.
Caltex is a transport fuel supplier, with roughly 2,000 company-owned or affiliated sites.
Traded assets include Chevron and Exxon branded sites throughout East Texas.
The acquisition marks GPM's first expansion into Wisconsin.
Australian retailer offers to give Couche-Tard selected non-public information for a revised bid.
Appeals court rules the truck-only toll is not a tax, clearing a path for the challenge to go to federal court.
The One9 Fuel Network will make it easier for smaller fleets to run their business.
The Joplin facility will initially serve 400 to 600 convenience stores.
The 20-plus convenience stores were part of the retailer's 1,110-store deal with Sunoco in 2018.
Nearly 200 employees will be laid off as of Jan. 1, 2020.
Deployment is currently underway at 136 convenience stores.