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Retailer also adding self-service lottery terminals to all Delaware stores

WILMINGTON, Del. -- Wawa Inc. opened its 800th convenience store May 24 in Wilmington, Del. A grand opening of the new site began with the national anthem, sung by Wawa associate Mike Kelley, and featured a ribbon-cutting ceremony, Goose Pride parade, giveaways for the first 100 customers, free...

5 issues changing the way consumers shop

CHICAGO -- Before Andy Jones, president and CEO of Sprint Food Stores, Augusta, Ga., and a speaker during the 2018 NACS State of the Industry Summit, dug into the industry’s key performance benchmarks, he addressed what has left retailers uneasy for the past year: trips. Overall, the c-store...

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Kyle Krause becomes chairman and CEO

Kyle Krause becomes chairman and CEO

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa -- Tanner Krause has been named president of Kum & Go LC, a fourth-generation family-owned convenience-store chain, effective June 1, 2018. His father, Kyle Krause, current CEO and president, will transition to chairman and CEO In this role, Tanner Krause will oversee...

Longtime CEO departs Martin & Bayley
With a new cafe concept, Tri Star Energy sets a new tone

How Tri Star Energy diversified its offerings for the future


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C-stores, other retailers on front line of overdose epidemic
7-eleven and andeavor

7-Eleven and Andeavor's law departments and outside counsel recognized as ‘value champions’

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Minute Man Arc’s Jump Start provides internship opportunities to young people with disabilities
First-quarter 2018 characterized by store growth, conversions to company-op model