|Headquarters:||Whitehouse Station, N.J.|
QuickChek Corp., Whitehouse Station, N.J., aims to offer high-quality fuel at competitive prices at its sites that sell fuel. It is said to underprice its competition on gasoline, which it considers as more of a “pass-through” product—hence its more than 5.5-cents-per-gallon price differential vs. its market competition in 2016, according to OPIS.
One of QuickChek’s newest stores, located in the Long Island market, features the latest evolution of its forecourt. The brightly lit fuel island has 16 fueling positions, among the most in its area, and offers value-priced gasoline and diesel.
In 2016, QuickChek became one of the first convenience-store chains to install a charging station from electric-vehicle manufacturer Tesla. It was installed at the chain’s Ulster, N.Y., store, which features a 6,584-square-foot store, made-to-order foodservice program and barista-staffed cafe.
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