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Speedway and Thorntons rated highest in their respective segments based on number of locations.
Retailers need to collect customer data to effectively offer the right products at the right times.
The transactions include six convenience stores and gas stations in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Refreshing Rewards members can enter via the retailer's mobile app to win the grand prize.
The terminal is positioned to receive supply from the Midwest, Canada or the New York Harbor via multiple routes.
The deal is expected to close in the second half of 2019.
Baby boomers are more concerned than younger generations about the security of their financial data.
The company's diverse investments include express car washes, commercial office buildings, a hotel and mobile home parks.
The Circle K fuel brand is also making its way across the United States and Europe.
E85 flex fuel and 88 octane were introduced at the retailer's Jessup, Md., store.
The five-year Term Loan B is worth $1.2 billion.
The FuelFill program connects carriers, wholesalers and site operators in real time.
New GasBuddy report finds curb appeal matters, but so do strategic offers.
President and CEO Terry Handley says the initiative marks a shift in the retailer's marketing strategy.
The convenience store operator has 21 locations with Tesla Supercharger stations.
Go Fuel Card has approximately 200,000 proprietary cards in circulation.
Each reimage package includes a 10-year distribution deal.
Fuels Institute findings show consumer education is critical.
Members can now earn points on every gallon of gas purchased, as well as grocery purchases.
Franchisees and consumers see value in the carbon emissions reduction program.
The retailer's fleet card program rolled out in late October, and its e-commerce platform is in testing.
The five-year global contract provides real-time monitoring and advanced wetstock investigation services.
The company plans to rebrand approximately 700 Northeast locations over the next two years.
More than 30 percent of drivers would go on at least one additional summer road trip if gas prices remain low.