Community Outreach

Convenience store retailers giving back to their communities
Howard Schultz Starbucks

Howard Schultz

Starbucks CEO Schultz is not running for president. Should he?

SEATTLE – Although the outspoken chairman and CEO of coffee giant Starbucks has dabbled in big issues before—his well-intentioned but quickly abandoned “Race Together” initiative had baristas writing racial harmony messages on cups—Howard Schultz is not running for president. “Despite the...

Spinx Red Cross

Stan Storti (left) with Red Cross representatives

Market expansion leads to more community giving

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. -- The American Red Cross of the Lowcountry received a check in July as one of the beneficiaries of the 15th Annual Spinx Charity Classic Golf Tournament, held in Greenville, S.C., in May. During an event at one of its convenience stores in Greenville, Spinx president Stan...

Convenience-store chain is exclusive nonmilitary retailer

WHITEHOUSE STATION, N.J. -- QuickChek convenience stores and Muscle Milk have teamed up to raise funds to help post-9/11 service members and their families through an in-store promotion and sale of specialty Muscle Milk bottles. QuickChek is the only nonmilitary retail outlet that is selling Muscle...

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QuikTrip site destroyed during riot to become community, jobs center
CST announces 10-city lineup for 2015, adding Nice N Easy, CrossAmerica markets
Annett to reward hard work and perseverance, will turn Flying J Travel Plaza into pit stop
Leo and Paul Vercollone receive Franciscan Leadership Award