Mergers & Acquisitions News

Mergers & acquisitions news affecting the convenience store industry
Flyers Energy LLC

Andeavor scoops up chain to grow presence in Northern California

AUBURN, Calif. -- Flyers Energy will exit the retail business with the sale of its 39 convenience stores to Andeavor Corp. Established in 1979, Flyers is a third-generation family-owned business with stores in the San Francisco Bay Area. Managing Partner Walt Dwelle said the time was right for he...

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Will concentrate on other areas of business

AUBURN, Calif. -- Flyers Energy has sold all of its 39 convenience-store and gas-station locations to the newly renamed Andeavor Corp., formerly Tesoro Corp., according to a report in the Auburn Journal . Auburn, Calif.-based Flyers Energy is a third-generation family-owned business operated by the...

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Deal expands wholesale network in the South

ALLENTOWN, Pa. -- CrossAmerica Partners LP will acquire more than 100 retail sites from Jet Pep Inc. for a total consideration of $72 million. The assets consist of 102 commission-operated retail sites, including 92 fee sites, five lease sites and five independent commission accounts. The locations...

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Getty Realty gas station

Recent acquisitions show commitment to expansion strategy

Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores

Florida, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas see most unit growth


Sunoco gas station
South-central locations being sold without fuel supply, c-store branding
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Kwik Trip gas station

PDQ acquisition will put chain over the 600-store mark