Go-Mart prides itself on being the low-cost leader, offering competitive prices on gasoline, diesel, tobacco, beer, soft drinks and milk. The convenience stores are known for being well-lit, in good locations and with courteous employees. The customer base is working-class people employed in the timber, coal and natural gas industries.
Go-Mart has grown from 16 stores in 1980 to 115 in 2014, and most of the original 16 have been rebuilt. In 2013-2014, the company purchased two stores, built one new store and rebuilt two existing units. Store footprints vary. About half of the sites sell diesel fuel.
As part of a recent remodeling process, Go-Mart added beer caves to more than two dozen stores for a total of 32. Its proprietary foodservice program is featured in 16 locations, consisting of chicken, subs, sandwiches, salads and pastries.The chain has focused on remodeling existing stores, building new stores and acquiring new ones.
|No. of Stores:||115|
|Average Store Size:||2,500-4,000 sq. ft.|
|Rank Last Year:||69|
|States of Operation:||Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia|