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The Pantry Inc. has completed the previously announced acquisition of 66 Petro Express convenience stores in North and South Carolina from Petro Express Inc.

SANFORD, N.C. -- The Pantry Inc. said that it has completed the previously announced acquisition of 66 Petro Express convenience stores in North and South Carolina from Petro Express Inc. The stores generated revenues of approximately $629 million for the 12 months ended October 2006. The...

Meet three new companies that see opportunity in the c-store business

OAK BROOK, Ill. -- Of late, new entrants have been cropping up in the convenience store industry with deep pockets and goals of hitting the 100-plus store count in a year or less. Witness Alchemist USA LLC. The Chicago-based company has India-based roots and entered the U.S. c-store market in late...

The newest addition to the 334-store chain is the first in Durham, bringing the total of Sheetz stores in North Carolina to 13.

ALTOONA, Pa. Sheetz Inc. has opened a new, 5,000-square-foot convenience store in Durham, N.C. The newest addition to the 334-store chain is the first in Durham, bringing the total of Sheetz stores in North Carolina to 13. While the store opened to the public on Wednesday, employees will host a...

The Pantry expands its employee incentive stock program with additional compensation
18 Aloha Petroleum sites part of larger, nine-state deal
The Pantry Inc. has appointed Paul Moody to the position of vice president of The Pantry's Group Eagle operations.
Kraft celebrates first day as independent company
Road Ranger LLC said that it has completed the acquisition of eight convenience stores.
U.K. retailer aims to create new business through innovative store format
Va. distributor/c-store owner dies at 92

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