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Senior Vice President at Murphy USA Retires

Jennifer Bridges previously worked at 7-Eleven convenience-store chain
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Jennifer Bridges, senior vice president of asset development at Murphy USA, recently retired. Bridges had a more than 20-year career in convenience, working at 7-Eleven before joining Murphy USA in 2017, according to her LinkedIn page.

“Happy to let my network and others know that after 34 amazing years, I’ve decided to retire. Thank you for your wisdom and support. I wish everyone the very best,” Bridges said on LinkedIn.

  • Murphy USA is No. 4 on CSP’s 2024 Top 202 ranking of U.S. convenience-store chains by store count.

Bridges joined Murphy USA in 2017 as vice president of asset development, and she was promoted to senior vice president of asset development in February 2022, according to the El Dorado, Arkansas-based company’s annual report for the fiscal year ended Dec. 31, 2023.

Before Murphy USA, Bridges spent 14 years in planning, store development and property management at 7-Eleven, including five years as a vice president. She also has worked as a management consultant in the energy practice of Booz Allen Hamilton, the annual report said.

Murphy USA and Bridges did not respond to CSP’s request for comment.

Murphy USA operates one of the nation’s largest convenience-store chains, operating in 27 states, located primarily in the Southwest, Southeast, Midwest and Northeast, the majority of which are next to Walmart Supercenters. It acquired the QuickChek brand in January 2021.  

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