Community Outreach

Convenience store retailers giving back to their communities

Stores will offer anyone in an abusive situation a safe place to call for help

ANDERSON, Ind. -- Ricker’s has expanded its Safe Haven program. As of October 21, all Hamilton County, Ind., Ricker’s Convenience Stores will offer anyone in an abusive situation a safe refuge and place to call for help. Alternatives Inc., a nonprofit specializing in the prevention of domestic...

Initiatives by Circle K, Couche-Tard, Kum & Go, Speedway, Stripes, Thorntons

OAKBROOK TERRACE, Ill. -- Whatever form it takes, whether they are giving to hospitals and schools, helping to raise funds and awareness, offering scholarships or playing golf for a good cause, convenience-store chains do not hesitate to help their communities. Here are a few of the many recent...

Adds to number of locations offering medical, fitness services

WESTLAKE, Ohio -- TravelCenters of America LLC , operator of TA and Petro Stopping Centers branded travel centers, said that 22 of its travel centers now include businesses geared toward servicing various medical needs of professional drivers, including four that have recently opened. And 21 of...

Distinguished convenience-industry mentor Chester Cadieux of QuikTrip to be inaugural honoree
C-store retailer establishes relief fund for employees affected by Joaquin
Military service organization direct beneficiary of funds raised via Outlook Leadership 2015
Stewart’s, Smoker Friendly, Parker’s, VERC, Jackson Food Stores lend a hand
Donate truckload of protein to Three Square to help eliminate hunger in Nevada
Supports Hope for the Warriors via in-store donation program, charity golf outing
CSP magazine to honor three convenience-store chains at Outlook Leadership conference