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Spinx Ranked Among Great Places to Work for Women

Convenience retailer earns 7th place on latest list
Spinx: Best Workplaces for Women 2023
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The Spinx Co. is ranked seventh on the latest list of Fortune's Great Place to Work in the United States for women. Earlier this year, Spinx was officially certified by Great Place To Work. The award is based on what current employees say about their personal experience working at Spinx.

“We are very proud of this high ranking through Great Place to Work,” said company President and CEO Steve Spinks. “At Spinx, 56% of our overall team is female and 46% of our management team is female. Without their dedication and commitment we would not be who we are today.”

  • Spinx ranked No. 80 on CSP's 2023 Top 202 list of the largest convenience-store chains in the country.

The process of this ranking is completed by Great Place to Work personnel with a combination of efforts. First, the company must be certified through Fortune, next a certain percentage of women must respond in the survey and lastly, the company must have a certain number of positive responses through these surveys.

Other retailers named to the 2023 Best Workplace for Women list included Wegmans Food Markets at No. 22 and Publix Super Markets at No. 69.

Founded in 1972 in Greenville, South Carolina, the Spinx Co. operates more than 80 convenience retail stores across the Carolinas. Spinx is committed to making life easier by fulfilling people’s everyday needs with fresh, on-the-go food, beverages and other convenience products delivered in a safe, clean and friendly environment.

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