Community Outreach

Convenience store retailers giving back to their communities

Participating locations will donate five cents per gallon to CT Challenge

TRUMBULL, Conn. – Starting in mid-June, when customers purchase gasoline at Consumers Petroleum’s participating Wheels Convenience Stores and CITGO gas stations, the businesses will donate a portion of the proceeds to the CT Challenge, a non-profit that helps cancer survivors in Connecticut and...

Speedway Tony Kenney Children's Miracle Newtork CMN

Tony Kenney and the Miracle Kids

Golf fundraiser aims to break $2 million for CMN; charitable reach to grow with Hess

DAYTON, Ohio – Bad weather couldn’t keep Speedway and nearly 800 golfers from hitting the links for a good cause: raising money for the Children’s Miracle Network (CMN). The convenience-store and gas-station retailer held its 24th annual Miracle Tournament—the centerpiece of Speedway’s charitable...

Enmark Enmarket Gulfstream Community Involvement Award

William W. Hubbard, President & CEO of Savannah Chamber of Commerce (left); Jay Neely, Vice President of Law & Public Affairs for Gulfstream Aerospace; Houstoun Demere, Vice President of enmarket; Michael C. Traynor, Publisher of Savannah Morning News

Honors convenience store chain with Community Involvement Award

SAVANNAH, Ga. -- Enmark Stations, which has recently rebranded as enmarket, received The Gulfstream Community Involvement Award at the Savannah (Ga.) Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Business Expo and Awards Banquet. Enmarket was one of eight businesses honored out of the Savannah market from a...

Boyett Petroleum’s golf tournament puts charity over top
Nontraditional foodservice, c-store consultant lends expertise, acumen to cause
Latest canister program yields more than $7,300 for organization’s Hawaii chapter
Hope for the Warriors in-store promotion begins June 6
Nearly 500 Mountain State c-stores, gas stations, grocery stores participate in campaign
C-store chain currently only national convenience-store partner
Which industry players made the Cause Marketing Forum list?