GPM Expands Pizza Offerings to 200 Stores

Fresh Italian-style pies available in cheese, pepperoni, sausage and pepperoni
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RICHMOND, Va. — GPM Investments LLC is putting a spin on its pizza offerings, expanding sales of slices and whole pizzas in 200 of its convenience stores across 15 states in several of its brands.

Those brands include Apple Market, Cash’s, E-Z Mart, Fas Mart, Fastmarket, Jiffi StopRoadrunner MarketsScotchman, Shore Stop, and Village Pantry.

The pizza, available in cheese, pepperoni, and sausage and pepperoni, is made from 100% California vine-ripened tomatoes, 100% real mozzarella cheese, homemade crust and various toppings.

“Pizza is a customer favorite, and we are excited to offer Italian style pizza pies to more of our customers across the country,” said Ray Zeiher, senior category manager for foodservice at GPM. “Many of our stores are located in rural areas with limited access to quality dining options, and we’re proud to serve our customers with the same level of quality they have come to expect from their pizza purveyors.”

Customers can enjoy two pizza slices for $4.49, and an entire pizza for $13.99. fas Rewards members can purchase two slices for $3.49 or an entire pizza for $12.99 and, in November and December, will receive a free 16-ounce Coca-Cola when buying two slices.

Richmond, Va.-based GPM, which operates or supplies stores in 33 states and Washington, D.C., plans to continue expanding its pizza offerings to several new stores over the next year.

The pizza expansion is one of many ways GPM is working to enhance its in-store customer experience and foodservice offerings, the company said. This summer, GPM refreshed its fountain assortment in 260 stores across its family of community brands.

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