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Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

Chain expects organic growth from South Texas and Houston, up into Oklahoma

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Ever since it filed its Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) application to become a publicly owned company, Susser Holdings Corp. has been indicating a desire to grow. This week, the company's CFO, Mary Sullivan, outlined just where that will likely happen. We certainly have...

Former c-store leader gets back into industry with four-store purchase in Tennessee

HARRIMAN, Tenn. -- After two years in semi-retirement, a former industry leader is back in the game following his purchase of the Harriman Oil Co. in Harriman, Tenn. Patrick Copeland, the former president and COO of Florida's National Oil & Gas, which was sold in 2004, closed on the purchase of...

The New England Convenience Store Association recognized Mike and Corinne Abboud as its Store Operators of the Year, said The Lowell Sun.

ACTON, Mass. -- The New England Convenience Store Association (NESCA) has recognized Mike and Corinne Abboud, owners and operators of the Tedeschi Food Shop in Acton, Mass., as its Store Operators of the Year, said The Lowell Sun. "We worked hard to achieve this," Corinne told the newspaper. "You...

Grocery, c-store retailer says former exec took funds
C-store panel examines best in class retailers to build on strengths in the system
Enhancing, closing stores, changing inventory method, testing kiosks
Brian Wright, managing partner of Executive Leadership Solutions, said that Joe Kilraine has joined the company as a senior executive recruiter.
Station rebrands from Sunoco as part of regional expansion strategy
Myth-busting important when training employees for dealing with armed robberies
Net sales up nearly 30%

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