Top 202 Convenience Store Chains

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

R.L. Jordan Oil Co.

R.L. Jordan Oil Co. operates convenience stores in North Carolina and South Carolina called Hot Spot Convenience Stores. Their competitive advantage is an emphasis on customer service and a variety of...

Top 202 Convenience Store Chains

Coen Oil Co. LLC

Coen Oil Co.'s competitive advantage is its multistate network of Ruff Creek Markets c-stores that target customers with young families and represent future growth for retail.Source: Convenience D...

A hallmark regional c-store brand, Kwik Trip operates stores in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa. The company is considered an innovator in the industry and is regularly lauded as a top place to work.Kwi...

The Blarney Oil Co. owns and operates 120 convenience stores throughout Michigan. More than 80 of the chain's stores are branded EZ Mart, while some units and kiosks remain under the fuel brand na...

Krist Oil, formerly CITGO Quik Food Mart, is one of the largest gasoline and diesel distributors in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and northern Wisconsin, with large stores that serve a mix of commut...

With a majority of its locations near Las Vegas, Green Valley Grocery (also known as GVG) is a chain of convenience stores known for its in-store gaming machines as well as its typical convenience-sto...

With more than 40 convenience stores in Iowa and Illinois, Git-n-Go’s newer and renovated sites share the same easy-to-navigate floor plan. The goal is to gradually shift the remaining locations...

Honey Farms' competitive advantage is that it is locally owned and operated, which sets its stores apart from other c-stores, and a key focus of its business is maintaining low prices to keep apac...

Holiday Stationstores is a regional c-store favorite, with a footprint that stretches across the northern United States from Michigan to Alaska. Among the brand’s attributes are larger-than-aver...

In 1959, W.A. "Bill" Krause and T.S. Gentle formed a partnership and created the beginnings of the now large convenience-store chain Kum & Go. The two, a father-in-law and son-in-law, cr...

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