2021 Power 20

2021 Power 20

2021 Power 20: Zero to Sixty

20 convenience-store retailers who pivoted quickly to meet customers’ new needs in a year of change

2021 Power 20

Art Sebastian

Casey’s delivers from 900 of its 2,200 stores. DoorDash delivers out of more than 600 Casey’s stores.

Owner of family-owned convenience store Lou Perrine’s Gas & Grocery, Kenosha, Wis., launched the service nearly a decade ago to boost his store’s bottom line.

Cumberland Farms, Westborough, Mass., is using its SmartPay Rewards mobile app to allow consumers to order curbside pickup.

goPuff was uniquely positioned to take advantage of the new need for delivery when stay-at-home orders descended on cities and college towns across America.

MAPCO Express officially began its working relationship with DoorDash in late March and rolled out store delivery in late April

FKG Oil Inc., operator of 80 MotoMart c-stores in six states, is skeptical of the longevity of delivery service.

H&S Energy Products entered 2020 with a long list of strategy development projects.

The list of items Alltown Fresh made available for curbside pickup soon after stay-at-home orders were issued didn’t look a lot like the typical convenience-store order.

Alimentation Couche-Tard was ready to innovate with plans for frictionless checkout, curbside pickup, home delivery and more when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.

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