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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

Lassus Bros. Oil

Family-owned Lassus Bros. Oil owns and operates BP-branded Handy Dandy convenience stores in northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio. Lassus offers Higher Grounds premium coffee that is made to order,...

Top 202 Convenience Store Chains

United Refining Co.

United Refining is an independent refiner and marketer of petroleum products and the parent company of convenience stores in Pennsylvania and portions of Ohio and New York. The company opera...

GoMart operates convenience stores primarily in West Virginia and also in Ohio and Virginia. Gas branding includes BP and Sunoco. The stores, which average 2,000 to 4,000 square feet, offer ...

Southwest Georgia Oil is a family-owned business that operates convenience stores in Georgia, Florida and Alabama under the Inland, S&S Food Stores and Sun Valley Market & Deli banners, as wel...

Brad Hall & Associates owns and operates the Good 2 Go chain of convenience stores. Good 2 Go provides a “family-friendly destination for travelers to refuel and restock,” according to the company...

With headquarters in Parsons, Kan., Pete’s Corp. is owned by Gratz and Gary Peters. The private company owns 43 convenience stores in Kansas, Oklahoma and Missouri. The company takes pride in offering...

Pronto Markets consists primarily of midsize stores in suburban neighborhoods. The chain was founded in 1977 and saw new ownership in 1996. Source: Convenience Digital Resource Library, Technomic. ...

Maverik is known for its “Adventure's First Stop” brand image. This includes store decor of adventure- and action-themed murals, mannequins dressed as snowboarders and rock climbers, high-definition p...

Enmarket operates convenience stores and gas stations throughout Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. The portfolio includes traditional c-stores and fuel kiosks. The c-stores are branded ...

A family business since 1948, C.N. Brown Co. began as a retail and wholesale lumber company and expanded into gasoline, heating oil and convenience stores. South Paris, Maine-based C.N. Brown operates...

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