NEW YORK — Three convenience-store retailers and one c-store industry service provider captured spots on Inc. magazine’s Inc. 5000 2019 ranking of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States.
Companies on the 2019 Inc. 5000 saw three-year average growth of 454%, and median growth of 157%.
The c-store retailers include …
Raymer Oil Co., Statesville, N.C., operates nine Fast Phil’s and 10 Run In c-stores in North Carolina, supplies wholesale fuel to other retailers and provides fuel transport services. It ranked No. 1,065 on the Inc. 5000 list and No. 58 in the retail category. Raymer Oil’s three-year growth was 394%, with 2018 revenues of $153.2 million.
Tyler Petroleum, Tyler, Texas, operates Tyler Petroleum Country Stores and Tyler Travel Centers in Texas. The company ranked No. 4,108 on the Inc. 5000 list and No. 154 in the retail category. Tyler Petroleum’s three-year growth was 78%, with 2018 revenues of $41.3 million.
Parker’s Corp., Savannah, Ga., has 56 c-stores in southeastern Georgia and South Carolina. It ranked No. 4,423 on the Inc. 5000 list and No. 162 in the retail category. Parker’s three-year growth was 67%, with 2018 revenues of $492.6 million.
One c-store industry service provider and one snack-food supplier also made the Inc. 5000 list …
Greenprint, an Atlanta-based environmental technology company, provides carbon-offset programs for fuel transactions. It ranked No. 71 on the Inc. 5000 list and No. 2 in the energy category. GreenPrint’s three-year growth was 4,281%, with 2018 revenues of $6.2 million.
Chomps, a self-funded startup company that makes natural meat-snack products, made the Inc. 5000 list, ranked at No. 62. Chomps three-year growth was 4,469% with 2018 revenues of $21 million. The Naples, Fla.-based company was also named the third fastest-growing food/consumer packaged goods brand and the No. 5 Florida-based company.
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