Community Outreach

Convenience store retailers giving back to their communities
Three Square Tyson National Association of Convenience Stores NACS

Donate truckload of protein to Three Square to help eliminate hunger in Nevada

SPRINGDALE, Ark. -- Tyson Foods Inc. and the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) donated a truckload of protein September 28 to Three Square Food Bank in Las Vegas to help eliminate hunger in southern Nevada. Three Square, which serves Clark, Esmeralda, Lincoln and Nye counties, will...


Supports Hope for the Warriors via in-store donation program, charity golf outing

WHITEHOUSE STATION, N.J. – QuickChek Corp. has raised $134,000 in six weeks to help support post-9/11 service members and their families through a recent in-store donation program and a charity golf outing. The convenience-store chain invited customers to purchase dog tag-shaped magnets for $1 to...

2105 CSP Outlook Leadership conference Catalyst Awards

CSP magazine to honor three convenience-store chains at Outlook Leadership conference

OAKBROOK TERRACE, Ill. -- The Outlook Leadership conference—presented by CSP magazine—is recognizing three companies for extraordinary leadership in the convenience-store and retail petroleum industry. These inspiring companies are Cumberland Farms , NOCO and QuikTrip . Previously named the...

Spinx Gas Giveaway Stan Storti Eric Ashemore
Honors South Carolina resident for March of Babies fundraising efforts
Ian Johnstone Cenex Zip Trip
Cenex Zip Trip executive passes away at 54, leaves legacy of inspiring team, helping children
Ricker's Ivy Tech
Gift marks company’s largest single philanthropic contribution to date
Casey’s General Stores
Convenience stores across Midwest raising funds through MDA’s mobile program
Cumberland Farms Cups for Kids
August fundraiser will support pediatric care programs at five regional hospitals
Lykins pavilion
Childhood memories, community support fuel energy company’s donation
Howard Schultz Starbucks
Starbucks CEO Schultz is not running for president. Should he?