Community Outreach

Convenience store retailers giving back to their communities

August fundraiser will support pediatric care programs at five regional hospitals

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. -- Cumberland Farms recently launched its fourth annual Cups for Kids campaign, a month-long fundraiser that will benefit pediatric care programs at five hospitals throughout the Northeast. During the entire month of August, five cents from every iced coffee or Chill Zone beverage...

Childhood memories, community support fuel energy company’s donation

MILFORD, Ohio -- Lykins Energy Solutions has donated most of the funds to build a new Clermont County Fairgrounds building. The Lykins Family Pavilion is a new entertainment pavilion at the fairgrounds. The company held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new building on July 30. The previous...

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...

Market expansion leads to more community giving
Convenience-store chain is exclusive nonmilitary retailer
Enmarket raises $90K for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light the Night Walk.
Will open sites in neighborhoods of Ferguson, Mo., Chicago, Queens, Milwaukee, Phoenix
Vote with Your Dollars, Rutter’s Rewards Schools will help local children’s charities
QuikTrip site destroyed during riot to become community, jobs center
CST announces 10-city lineup for 2015, adding Nice N Easy, CrossAmerica markets

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