Community Outreach

Convenience store retailers giving back to their communities
West Virginia OMEGA (CSP Daily News / Convenience Stores / Gas Stations)

Jeralynn Offenberger (left), Par Mar Oil; Sandra Morgenstern, Par Mar Oil; Jan Vineyard, W.Va. OMEGA; Brian Waugh, Little General Stores; Mary White, Children’s Home Society W.Va.; Steve Tuck, CHS WV; Michael Graney, One Stop; Kim Dunlap, One Stop; Terry Smith, Go-Mart.

Nearly 500 Mountain State c-stores, gas stations, grocery stores participate in campaign

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The West Virginia Oil Marketers & Grocers Association (OMEGA), an organization representing convenience stores, independent grocers and petroleum marketers across West Virginia, raised $79,615 to help the children and families cared for by the Children’s Home Society of...

C-store chain currently only national convenience-store partner

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa -- Kum & Go LC has announced that it has selected the location where it will sponsor a Habitat for Humanity International home for 2015. The convenience-store chain and its customers will be donating more than $480,000 to Habitat for Humanity as part of their nationwide...

Which industry players made the Cause Marketing Forum list?

CHICAGO -- The nation’s most elite cause marketing programs at retail and restaurants generated more than $388 million in revenue for charity in 2014, according to America’s Checkout Charity Champions, a benchmark study conducted by the Cause Marketing Forum. The Cause Marketing Forum identified 77...

Philly celebration includes eight days of events, festivities
Named official fuel sponsor of the Unified Relay Across America
Penn State Altoona creates scholarship in honor of Steve & Nancy Sheetz
C-stores across Southwest to raise funds through pin-up program
Convenience-store company continues commitment to sustainability
Paper icons, Full-Service Fridays will help Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Campaign asks c-store customers to “put their money where the miracles are”

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