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Exclusive: Inside a Mapco Test Store (Slideshow)

Mapco convenience stores’ new large-format store design averages about 5,000 square feet, giving space for the company to experiment with a variety of designs for its merchandising areas.

The chain consistently builds 10 to 12 large-format c-stores per year, always under the Mapco brand regardless of market. These new-to-industry stores incorporate the company’s latest programs and updated store layouts.

The Brentwood, Tenn.-based c-store chain often tests merchandising areas in a variety of formats to see what works best and to develop configurations for older stores that aren’t as large.

Click here for an in-depth look at how culture is driving Mapco to new successes.

Here’s an exclusive slideshow look at Mapco Mart store design in one of the company’s test stores in Clarksville, Tenn.

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