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Top 202<br />Convenience<br />Stores

Top 202
Convenience
Stores

CSP's Top 202 deconstructs the convenience-store retail channel, uncovering the largest chains in the industry and the most aggressive players based on Technomic data. Consider this a deep dive into the c-store landscape.

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Rank Chain Name No. of Stores Last Year's Rank
1 7-Eleven Inc. 13000 1
2 Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. 7103 2
3 Casey’s General Stores Inc. 2422 4
4 EG America LLC 1750 5
5 Murphy USA Inc. 1669 6
6 GPM Investments LLC 1415 7
7 BP America Inc./Thorntons 1243 8
8 ExtraMile Convenience Stores LLC 1007 9
9 Wawa Inc. 956 10
10 QuikTrip Corp. 919 11
11 Kwik Trip 800 12
12 Pilot Co. 644 13
13 Sheetz 630 14
14 Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores Inc. 581 16
15 RaceTrac Petroleum 558 15
16 United Pacific 511 17
17 Anabi Oil (Rebel) 475 23
18 Kum & Go 409 18
19 United Refining Co. 406 21
20 Sunshine Gasoline Distributors 404 20
21 BW Gas & Convenience Holdings LLC (Yesway, Allsup's) 403 19
22 Maverik Inc. 380 22
23 Stewart's Shops 354 24
24 MAPCO 332 25
25 Jacksons Food Stores 297 30
26 Global Partners LP 295 27
27 Bolla Oil Corp. 284 31
28 TravelCenters of America LLC 276 28
29 Giant Eagle Convenience Division (GetGo) 274 29
30 Royal Farms 251 33
31 Delek U.S. Holdings 250 32
32 CrossAmerica Partners LP 248 48
32 Shell/Landmark 248 35
34 Applegreen PLC 233 41
35 CEFCO Convenience Stores 230 40
36 Meijer Gas Stations 228 36
37 Parkland USA 213 85
38 Cal's Convenience Inc. 209 37
39 RaceWay 207 39
40 Sam's Food Stores 203 34
41 The Cigarette Store Group 182 45
42 G&M Oil Co. Inc. 181 42
43 Hy-Vee Inc. 180 43
44 Par Mar Oil Co. 178 47
45 United Dairy Farmers 177 44
46 Refuel Operating Co. LLC 175 64
47 Nouria Energy Corp. 170 50
48 Truenorth Energy 165 53
49 Tri Star Energy LLC 158 51
49 Terrible Herbst Oil Co. 158 49

Methodology

For year-over-year benchmarking purposes, CSP's Top 202 is a list of the largest convenience-store chains ranked by U.S. store count as of Dec. 31, 2017. Any pending sales are not included, with the exception of 7-Eleven’s acquisition of 1,030 Sunoco sites—which was announced in April 2017 but not final until January 2018—due to the extreme impact of the sale. Technomic believes its sources of information are reliable, but it does not assume any liability for the accuracy or comprehensiveness of the information published.

Some caveats: 7-Eleven’s numbers reflect the 1,030 stores it acquired from Sunoco. Andeavor numbers reflect the chain’s store count before its pending merger with Marathon Petroleum. Kroger’s c-stores were sold to EG Group in early 2018; inclusion of EG Group’s name is for convenience. RaceTrac and Raceway stores have been separated due to their unique business models.

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