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Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

Japanese retailer to open first of 200 Famima c-stores next month

TOKYO -- Japanese convenience store operator FamilyMart Co. said Tuesday that it plans to open 200 stores in the United States over the next four years, with the first ones in California. The inaugural U.S. store will open July 20 in West Hollywood, Calif., under the name Famima, said the...

Investment firm to acquire petroleum distributor that supplies 50 stations

CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- After months as a relatively dormant company, Capital Solutions I Inc., is looking to get into the convenience retailing industry. The Coral Gables, Fla.-based corporation has signed a letter of intent to acquire Victory Petroleum Inc. and its 27 stores. Miami-based Victory...

Ahold successfully completed the sale of its chain of 198 Wilson Farms and Sugarcreek convenience stores in the United States.

ZAANDAM, Netherlands -- Ahold said it has successfully completed the sale of its chain of 198 Wilson Farms and Sugarcreek convenience stores in the United States, part of its Tops Markets LLC subsidiary. The transaction with WFI Acquisition, Inc., a corporation formed by Nanco Enterprises Inc. and...

Deal has $35 million-plus price tag
Two brothers in convenience retailing are coming together as marketers/retailers Trade Oil Co. and WilcoHess make plans to merge their operations.
Appoints Beach to merchandising, Foster to marketing
Q1 in-store sales increases buck trend, CSX says
Isabel Delk has been selected as the 2005 Georgia Store Manager of the Year by the Georgia Association of Convenience Stores.
Wright Express CEO receives Distinguished Alumni Award
Auctions 23 stores to The Pantry as part of selloff

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