Corporate News

Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

Independent retailer's showplace defies demographics, industry stereotypes

DES PLAINES, Ill. -- The mature, tightly packed retail landscape of the Chicago suburbs is not a market known for large, destination convenience stores. It is the realm of mini-marts and smaller, older gas stations and c-stores amid a sea of supermarkets, strip malls, hypermarkets and traditional,...

NOCO Express opens store within store in Williamsville, N.Y.

WILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y. -- NOCO Express Stores has opened its newly rebuilt gasoline convenience store in Williamsville, N.Y. The store, which officially opened for business last week, highlights NOCO's store within store concept, featuring a Nickel City Market Caf a and Charlie the Butcher Express...

Patriot Capital Corp. arranged the successful purchase of $50 million of the retail petroleum equipment leasing portfolio from National City Petroleum Capital.

ATLANTA -- Patriot Capital Corp., in conjunction with its banking partner, has arranged the successful purchase of $50 million of the retail petroleum equipment leasing portfolio from National City Petroleum Capital, a division of National City Commercial Capital. The portfolio is comprised of...

Principals of VERC Enterprises, a Massachusetts-based independent convenience store/gas station operator, was recognized for their commitment to hiring veterans
Receives unsolicited higher offer from investor group
Al Wiley, 70, founder and president of Country Convenience Food Stores, Middletown N.Y., died May 26 at his home in Goshen, N.Y., of lung cancer.
Travel center opens in Buffalo Bill's birthplace.
Sales, income up in first-quarter 2006
Sees Getty profitability, refinery purchase, SEC listing down the road
Petroleum and convenience store pioneer Frank B. Fehsenfeld has died, reported The Grand Rapids Press.

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