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 to the new floor plan.
Stores sell unbranded gasoline and about half of the company’s locations sell diesel fuel. All stores carry beer and some carry wine, averaging four cooler doors for beer in each location. Most stores have eight doors for packaged non-alcohol beverages. C-stores offer self-serve foodservice with microwave ovens for frozen foods and a coffee program supplied by Deli Express, but hot food is not available in most stores. C-stores also carry a mix of both convenience- and grocery-sized packaged foods.
Locations stay open late and provide a range of convenience products for travelers’ needs, including an eight-foot section of seasonal and automotive general merchandise items and a four-foot section of health, beauty and toiletry essentials.
Source: Convenience Digital Resource Library, Technomic
|Headquarters:||Des Moines, Iowa|
|No. of Stores:||42|
|Average Store Size:||1,700 sq. ft.|
|States of Operation:||Illinois, Iowa|