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New BP station features "living roof"

BALTIMORE -- A new gas station in South Baltimore's Locust Point neighborhood is the latest building to go "green," reported The Baltimore Business Journal. The 6,000-square-foot facility, which includes a BP gas station, a Quiznos Sub shop and a Chesapeake Market, features a "living roof," said...

Plan calls for 40 new MotoMarts, remodeling of best of existing 70 by 2017

BELLEVILLE, Ill. -- The winner of 2006's CSP Outlook Award for Customer Service plans to spread that cheer around the Midwest in the next 10 years. MotoMart Convenience Stores, based in Belleville, Ill., owned by Moto Inc., and operated by FKG Oil Co., will be adding to its collection of 70 rural...

First time that franchises in this region will be offered to public

ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- 7-Eleven Inc.'s Virginia region stores have traditionally been a combination of franchise and corporate stores. After offering franchises internally, 7-Eleven will now extend its offer to the public for the first time in Virginia. By December, 7-Eleven expects to have nearly 500...

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