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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

Foodservice Leaders

Food is a focus for many of the industry’s c-store retailers, but some operators have had a huge head start. Here are operators who have led the pack, followed by their signature offer.RetailerS...

Top 202 Convenience Store Chains

The Big Givers

As successful as these Top 101 retailers are, they recognize the individuals in the communities are largely responsible for their ongoing success. Perhaps as a result, many operators make it a central...

With 3,100 locations, this retailer has more stores than any Top 101 operator not named 7-Eleven or Couche-Tard. It operates in all 50 states, five U.S. territories and 30 countries—and has been...

Country Fair is a division of the United Refining Co. of Warren, Pa. United Refining also owns the Kwik Fill/ Red Apple chain of stores.

This independent, family-owned company generates roughly $465 million in annual sales.

Break Time's sister company MFA Petroleum operates the Big O Tire and Jiffy Lube franchises in Missouri.

Major oil may have shuttered most of its company-ops, but the names are still the biggest brands in fuel. According to figures from OPIS for the year ending Nov. 15, 2013, the top four by share of fue...

Who is the most popular in the convenience store industry? Based on searches of CSPedia from Jan. 1, 2013, through Nov. 24, 2013, here are our most popular chains and peeps:Top 3 Most Searched Compani...

The industry has many family-owned and -operated businesses whose foundings stretch back to last century or earlier. Here are highlights of some of the longest-lasting family-run retailers.1803Wawa wa...

The concept of marketing used to be limited to the traditional media of print and TV. In today’s world, that is no longer the case. “The way people get information is really driven more an...

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