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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

Road Ranger

Road Ranger's mission statement includes the phrase "marketing dominant stores run by committed employees."

Top 202 Convenience Store Chains

Toot’n Totum Food Stores LLP

Toot'n Totum has historically stayed within the Amarillo market, but started moving into other Panhandle communities in 2013.

This downstate Illinois chain has done "extreme makeover" remodels, replacing all floors, countertops, shelving, lighting, cases and dispensers.

The c-store industry has several purveyors of the licensing model. CSPedia ranks the biggest, led by Salt Lake City-based Sinclair Oil, below. Source: CSPedia LicensorLicensed sites1Sinclair Oil2...

Whether building green, offering alternative fuels and/or revving up recycling, many c-store retailers are cleaning up their communities. Here are some of the most notable industry “greenovators...

Employee ownership, extended health benefits, free fitness centers for employees: The c-store industry has a wealth of great companies to work for, with great benefits. Here are some of the best.&ldqu...

Almost every Top 101 retailer started with just one store. With that in mind, CSP asked independent retailers to share their ambitions and growth plans for the coming year.It’s Good Being Small&...

From pizza to deli sandwiches to fresh-cooked Chinese food, the Dandy Mini Mart stores are known for offering a wide variety of fresh foodservice.

Sampson-Bladen Oil Company Inc., operates 71 Han-Dee Hugo convenience stores throughout North Carolina. Two new stores are planned for 2014.

Gate Petroleum Co., based in Jacksonville, Fla., is a privately owned company that operates service stations with convenience stores in the Southeastern states.

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