Technology/Services

Yesway Adds More Than 400 ATMs

New tech headed to entire network of stores
convenience store ATMs
Photograph courtesy of Payment Alliance International

FORT WORTH, Texas — Convenience-store retailer Yesway is installing more than 400 ATMs from Payment Alliance International (PAI), a Brink’s company specializing in ATM portfolio management tools and services.

“Our Yesway team is committed to providing a friendly, neighborhood experience to our customers,” said Tom Trkla, CEO of Yesway. “PAI’s track record of being proactive with its service to the community fits perfectly with us. I look forward to expanding our service model with the expertise that our Yesway team brings.”

“By providing turnkey ATM services that are timely and seamless to these modern and welcoming stores, we will help ensure an enhanced experience for customers every time they walk into a Yesway or Allsup’s store to use a PAI ATM,” said David Dove, CEO of PAI.

PAI, a Brink’s company based in Louisville, Ky., is a provider of ATM portfolio management tools and services in the United States, including transaction processing, bank sponsorships, terminal maintenance, cash in transit (CIT) servicing and more for more than 100,000 ATMs.

Yesway, based in Fort Worth, Texas, is a fast-growing convenience-store operators. Established in 2015, Yesway is a multi-branded platform that acquires, transforms and enhances portfolios of convenience stores by leveraging expertise in real estate and technology, and by implementing data-driven decision making. Yesway's portfolio currently consists of 405 stores located in Texas, New Mexico, South Dakota, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Wyoming, Oklahoma, and Nebraska, including the Allsup's Convenience Store chain.

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