Holiday Closes, Rebrands Acquired SuperAmerica Sites

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Holiday Closes, Rebrands Acquired SuperAmerica Sites


ROCHESTER, Minn. –  Following its recently completed acquisition, Holiday Stationstores converted five SuperAmerica-branded convenience stores to its banner and plans to build new Holiday stores in the Rochester, Minn., market, according to a report.

"We are very pleased to build the Holiday brand in the Rochester community," stated Holiday Stationstores President and COO Brent Blackey. "As part of our plan to expand our brand, we plan to build additional stores in Rochester."

Rumors began circulating in late March that the Bloomington, Minn.-based c-store chain planned to make a push to become a large player in the Rochester area, as CSNews Online previously reported.

Holiday purchased seven c-stores from SuperAmerica but closed two of them.

The converted Holiday stores are located at 701 Broadway; 400 Fourth St. S.E.; 919 37th St. N.W.; 1520 Second St. S.W.; and 5505 U.S. Highway 52 N. The closed stores are located at 2025 S. Broadway and 601 11th Ave. N.W.

SuperAmerica employees became Holiday employees as of May 1.

Holiday Stationstores operates more than 875 convenience stores in the northern United States.