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Susser Holdings plans methodical growth with larger store sizes

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas -- As the recently gone-public Susser Holdings Corp. continues its even, methodical approach to growth, the company is finding bigger can be better as it relates to store size. Historically a company of 2,400- to 2,700-square-foot convenience stores, the chain is now typically...

7-Eleven opens new store with concert, CD benefiting USO

DALLAS -- 7-Eleven Inc. has opened a new store in its home base of Dallas, in the downtown central business district. The new location is at 1720 Routh St. in One Arts Plaza, where the company moved its headquarters just a month ago. To celebrate its newest store's opening, the company is holding a...

Drive-through store moves next door to traditional competitor

EAST GOSHEN, Pa. -- Ronnie Braverman is excited that he will soon be able to pick up milk at the barn- and silo-shaped drive-through Swiss Farms convenience store that is being built at in East Goshen, Pa., but he is used to going to the Wawa next door out of "convenience and habit," according to...

Chain opens temporary c-store, will rebuild in tornado-ravaged Greensburg, Kansas
Pantry expands, renegotiates credit for more acquisitions
Nice N Easy honors top employees for 2006
Tesoro Corp. announced the purchase of Shell's 100,000-barrels-per-day (bpd) Los Angeles refinery and 278 operating gas stations in Southern California.
New BP station features "living roof".
Plan calls for 40 new MotoMarts, remodeling of best of existing 70 by 2017
First time that franchises in this region will be offered to public