Corporate News

Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

Small operators find ways to compete in a crowded pack

LAS VEGAS -- Pride and profitability push convenience retailers to build their businesses through additional units and complementary profit centers. But they must practice great discipline when making such growth decisions, according to participants in the Super Session calledRunning with the Big...

Retailer group focuses on diversity, adaptation with second trade show

SPRINGFIELD, N.J. -- With an eye on diversity and adaptation, the Asian American Retailers Association (AARA) will host its second tradeshow of the year today from 1 to 7 p.m. at Royal Albert's Palace in Fords. The AARA represents convenience-store owners and other independent retailers in the...

Anniversary bash features not-so-talented show

ALEXANDRIA BAY, N.Y. -- The New York Association of Convenience Stores honored its co-founding fathers Bob Seng, John MacDougall and Dick Warrender during its 20th Anniversary Dinner on Sept. 26 in Alexandria Bay, N.Y. In 1986, the visionary trio recognized the need for a trade organization...

A truckstop roundup for October 4
Joe S. inherits store development post from departed Joe M. Sheetz
Seattle retailer hires consultant to help set direction
Boden joins firm; Pivo, Solinger rise in ranks
Company will leverage additional crude capacity for growth
Sullivan, Mathiasmeier named as marketing, sales directors
And Armada sinks its teeth into 10-unit Barney's buy.

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