Corporate News

Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

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...

Joe S. inherits store development post from departed Joe M. Sheetz

ALTOONA, Pa. -- Convenience retail chain Sheetz Inc., which earlier this summer suffered the loss after a long illness of Joe M. Sheetz, executive vice president of store development, has announced that his son, Joe S. Sheetz, has assumed leadership of the company's store development department...

A truckstop roundup for October 4

WAYLAND, Mo. -- A large crowd was on hand at the 10:30 a.m. Tuesday of the Flying J Inc. opened a new truckstop off Highway 27 in Wayland, Mo. last week with a ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony, reported the Keokuk Gate City Daily. The 24-hour facility features Shell gasoline and diesel...

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.
Named new vice president of sales for Ohio
Safeway Inc., is building its largest fuel station in Oregon and Southwest Washington at its Kelso, Wash., location.

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