Top 202 Convenience Store Chains

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

First Coast Energy (Daily's)

Growth merchandise areas in First Coast's convenience stores include foodservice, energy and e-cigarettes.

Top 202 Convenience Store Chains

Petroleum Marketers (Stop In Food Stores)

Stop In Food Stores prides itself on offering clean stores inside and out and even paints its curbs.

New Smoker Friendly stores include lounges with a walk-in humidor geared more toward an eclectic, younger crowd with cigarettes, RYO/MYO and hookahs.

Flash Market Inc. owns and operates more than 90 Flash Market stores. Flash Oil Co. of Arkansas Inc., supplies fuel to its own locations.

Family-owned and -operated Anabi Oil Corp. in Upland, Calif., is a case study of hard work paying off in the American dream.

MNS Ltd. operates about 80 convenience and tourist stores—most in Hawaii—under the name ABC Stores and added a couple of new stores in 2013.

Coborn's also operates CobornsDelivers, an online grocery ordering and delivery service.

Nouria Energy acquired 80 Shell-branded retail gas stations from Motiva Enterprises LLC in April 2011.

Expect the big to get bigger. According to Dennis Ruben, executive managing director of Chicago-based NRC Realty & Capital Advisors LLC, large players such as 7-Eleven and Couche-Tard have been re...

With franchising providing the engine to its growth, 7-Eleven is not only the biggest franchisor in CSP’s Top 101 but also the biggest in the world. Source: CSPedia Franchisor (U.S. & C...

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