Mid-Atlantic Convenience Stores Adds to Leadership Team
RICHMOND, V.A. -- Mid-Atlantic Convenience Stores (MACS), a leading convenience store operator in the Mid-Atlantic region and one of ExxonMobil's largest consortiums of retailers in the United States, announces the addition of three new members to its Leadership Team: Frank M. Quinn, vice president of marketing and merchandising; Michael J. Raymond, director of loss prevention and risk management; and Kathy Meadows, director of human resources.
"We are delighted to add Frank, Mike and Kathy to our outstanding Leadership Team," Jim Summers, MACS president and COO said in a released statement. "Our business model and growth plans have enabled us to attract the very best talent in the c-store industry, and we now have the critical mass and chemistry to implement our dynamic plans."
Frank M. Quinn, vice president of marketing and merchandising, joined MACS after 13 years in leadership positions at 7-Eleven, including his role as vice president/division manager for 7-Eleven's Mid-Atlantic region, as well as 7-Eleven's sales and merchandising manager in its Northeast division. Quinn also served as the national senior category manager of Food and Food Service at APlus, a Philadelphia-based convenience store chain that includes 350 corporately owned stores and 250 franchise stores.
Mike Raymond, director of loss prevention and risk management, joined MACS after 25 years with 7-Eleven, where he most recently served as senior director of corporate security and loss prevention. Additionally, Raymond held 7-Eleven leadership positions in operations, human resources and training.
Kathy Meadows has been named MACS' director of human resources, providing HR leadership to all divisions of the organization. Meadows spent sixteen years with Ukrop's Super Markets, gaining a breadth of experience in all areas of human resources. Most recently, Meadows held the position of regional human resource manager for the Medical Facilities of America, where she was responsible for 11 centers throughout Virginia.