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Top 202 Convenience Store Chains

CSP’s annual list of the largest chains in the convenience-store industry
Top 202 Convenience Store Chains

E.J. Pope & Sons

E.J. Pope & Sons is celebrating 100 years in business in 2019. The company owns and operates 39 stores branded Handy Mart, and all are in eastern North Carolina. Stores sell Phillips 66 and unbran...

Top 202 Convenience Store Chains

Lewis & Raulerson Inc.

Lewis and Raulerson Inc. operates the Friendly Express chain of convenience stores in southeast Georgia. The chain is known for its array of food options, including its proprietary, homemade DeDe’s do...

Brandi Cos. operates Pitt Stop convenience stores in South Carolina, merchandising core product categories while differentiating by offering nontraditional services such as a shoe repair. In addition ...

Speedway LLC, based in Enon, Ohio, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Findlay, Ohio-based Marathon Petroleum Corp. In spring 2018, Marathon agreed to acquire San Antonio-based Andeavor, a $23.3 billion d...

As a force in metro markets such as Los Angeles and San Francisco, the chain’s We Got It Food Mart, United Mart and My Goods Market stores are known to have competitive pricing on gas, tobacco and ene...

Meijer Gas Stations are part of the Meijer retail chain that also has big-box grocery outlets. The company’s 214 gas stations and convenience stores are open 24 hours a day. Last year’s ranking listed...

Englefield Oil Co. operates the regional convenience-store chain Duchess Shoppes. Operating primarily in Ohio but also in West Virginia, the 1,200- to 2,800-square-foot stores offer foodservice, fuel,...

Stinker Stores is an iconic Idaho company that has been in business for 70 years. The chain’s regionally famous skunk logo and humorous billboards are omnipresent in its markets. The mascot, Polecat P...

With locations throughout North Carolina, the Spinx convenience-store chain has grown significantly from a single location, which opened in 1972. The chain was started by former Shell employee Stewart...

Established in 1976 by John W. Clark, Clark’s Pump-N-Shop Inc. operates 67 c-stores in Kentucky, Ohio, West Virginia and Florida. Clark’s sons, Rick and Brent Clark, own and operate the chain today. T...

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