Corporate News

Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

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...

Seattle retailer hires consultant to help set direction

SEATTLE -- Six months after selling its Tacoma, Wash., refinery, Time Oil Co. has hired an outside agency to help it determine the direction the company will take. We've retained the services of an industry consultant to advise the company as to potential future strategies, Richard Gordon, general...

Boden joins firm; Pivo, Solinger rise in ranks

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Fleet One LLC, a provider of financial service solutions to companies with fleets of vehicles and the merchants that serve them, recently announced new hires and promotions for its sales force. Joanne Boden has joined the company as director of sales for Fleet One Local for the...

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.
Opens newest travel plaza in Spokane
Alan Dikes, the owner of Dikes Chevron in Ventura, Calif., since 1968, sold the station earlier this month to Woodland Hills-based Macland Investments Inc.