Mergers & Acquisitions

Monfort Cos. Division Acquires 19 C-Stores

Portfolio will operate under the Chisholm Corner brand
Chisholm Corner
Photograph courtesy of Monfort Cos.

DENVER — 7E CO Holdings LLC, a division of Monfort Cos., has acquired 19 gas and convenience-store locations across southwestern Oklahoma from Brent Bostick, president of Bostick and Associates, East Greenwich, Rhode Island.

All locations will be operated by 7E CO Holdings under the Chisholm Corner brand name. The Chisholm Corner portfolio is the company’s most recent transaction in a series of national gas and convenience-store acquisitions.

The firm’s retail portfolio includes 78 locations across Colorado, Texas, Minnesota, Oklahoma and Wisconsin with brand names including 7-Eleven, Speedway, Jack’s and Monfort Express.

“This acquisition represents Monfort Cos.’ ongoing commitment to investing in urban and rural communities alike,” said Kenneth Monfort, executive vice president of Denver-based Monfort Cos. “We’re extremely excited to expand our footprint into Oklahoma. Convenience stores like Chisholm Corner bring economic impact by creating local jobs and generating sales tax revenue that spur long-term vitality in communities across the U.S.”

Grant McWhirter of Southwest Petroleum Realty, Fort Worth, Texas, represented the seller.

7E CO Holdings has been investing in and operating gas stations and convenience stores since 2016.

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