Corrigan Oil Converting 17 Stations to BP Brand
BRIGHTON, Mich. -- BP plc is adding 17 branded sites in Michigan's Flint-Saginaw-Bay City area. The agreement, finalized in June, represents approximately 19 million gallons of new volume for BP and expands the brand's relationship with Brighton, Mich.-based Corrigan Oil Co.
The site conversions are expected to begin at the end of this month, BP announced in a news release. When completed, BP will have a total of 42 sites in the Flint-Saginaw-Bay City area.
"This agreement is the latest example of BP's continued commitment to supply quality BP fuel to consumers and strengthen the brand's presence East of the Rockies," said Amy Abraham, BP's vice president of marketing and communications. "We are also thrilled to be growing our relationship with Corrigan Oil, which has always been a leader in northeast Michigan."
Corrigan Oil will now supply a total of 96 BP-branded sites and operate 23 of the locations under the Express Stop banner. The converted sites will begin offering all three grades of BP gasoline with Invigorate, as well as BP Diesel at select sites.
"BP has strengthened many of its sales and operations offerings recently, which made this conversion even more appealing for Corrigan Oil," said Vice President Tim Corrigan. "From strong offers to strong marketing support, we know BP is committed to helping our business grow."
London-based BP plc franchises and licenses more than 4,500 convenience stores and gas stations in the United States.