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In honor of the 50th anniversary of Convenience Store News, we spotlight the pioneers, entrepreneurs, innovators, new product developers and partnership advocates who have made significant contributions to convenience and fuel retailing.
Fifteen young executives will be honored at November event.
Interim leader Jon Ihler officially took up the role on July 31.
Carlos E. Jorda previously served as president of PDV America and chairman of CITGO's board.
Dale McKee founded the 21-store chain in 1977.
Electrolux Professional, Hostess Brands, Mars Inc., Swisher International and Tankology also make personnel news.
Executives from E-Z Mart Stores, RW Garcia, Shell, Texas Food & Fuel Association and VERC Enterprises are honored for their work.
Forty-one honorees will be recognized for their industry contributions at an awards gala in October.
Current EVP and CFO Timothy Griffith will take the reins at the convenience store chain on July 1.
The president and CEO will be honored this fall at the annual Hall of Fame dinner.
Michael Bloom will oversee GPM's customer loyalty program, fas REWARDS.
Darren Rebelez will take the reins from Terry Handley, who will retire after 38 years with the convenience retailer.
Q&A series ties in with Convenience Store News’ Top Women in Convenience awards.
Implico Group, Miller Zell, PEI, RPP Products and S&D Coffee & Tea also make personnel changes.
Kwik Trip’s Paul Servais will be honored at fourth-annual Convenience Foodservice Exchange.
More fresh and healthy options are on tap for the regional c-store chain.
The second-annual program will celebrate the next generation of c-store leaders.
Chris Smyly is appointed director of foodservice as Ted Kwiecien is hired as culinary specialist.
The leaders from Family Express and Jack Link’s will be honored this fall.
AlixPartners, Haskel Thompson & Associates, NEW, Ultimate Sales and USTC also make personnel changes.
The former NACS chairman also oversaw the growth of technology and standards within the c-store industry.
Shane Wharton previously served as executive vice president and chief financial officer.
Chairman Jim Haslam instilled a spirit of service when he founded the travel center chain 60 years ago.