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2021 Power 20

Mike LaVitola

Foxtrot prides itself on its 60-minutes-or-less delivery and mobile ordering program, which offers a variety of items ranging from toiletries and snacks to craft beer and made-to-order sandwiches.

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Joe Sheetz

When it comes to Sheetz’s path-to-purchase strategy, it’s all about choice

A last-mile strategy involves making it safer during the pandemic for customers to travel to and visit the store.

Little General, Beckley, W.Va., made its first delivery in early 2020 through a partnership with DoorDash.

The 7Now app offers 4,000 items for delivery and covers 75% of the chain’s U.S. footprint across 1,300 cities, with plans to expand to 100%.

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

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.

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