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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
99 Weigel's Stores Inc. 67 106
102 Coen Oil Co. 66 139
103 7-Eleven Hawaii 65
103 Dandy Mini Marts Inc. 65 109
103 Walters-Dimmick Petroleum Inc. 65 109
106 BFS Cos. 63 103
106 CrossAmerica Partners LP 63
108 East Side Enterprises LLC 62 115
109 Tommy's Handy Mart 60 114
110 Midjit Market 59 120
110 Shop Rite/Tobacco Plus 59 113
112 Holiday Oil Co. 58 117
112 Byrne Dairy Co. 58 116
114 Campbell Oil Co. 57 76
114 Midwest Petroleum Corp. 57 117
116 Good 2 Go 56 120
116 The Wills Group Inc. 56 126
118 Gresham Petroleum Co. 54 120
118 Jaco Oil Co. 54 123
118 Parker Cos. 54 128
118 Parker Oil Co. 54 128
122 Hollingsworth Oil Co. 53 123
122 Wesco Inc. 53 120
124 Cantrell Cos. 52 161
124 Fastrac Markets LLC 52 128
124 J&H Oil Co. 52 132
124 Jernigan Oil Co. Inc. 52 131
128 Riiser Energy 50
128 Craddock Oil Co. 50 132
130 Clark Oil Co. 49 139
130 Gier Oil Co. Inc. 49
130 Jet Food Stores Inc. 49 135
130 Kelley Williamson Co. 49 135
134 Carroll Independent Fuel 48 144
134 Western Oil Co. 48 132
136 Savings Oil Co. 47 141
136 Stop & Go 47 135
136 The Kent Cos. 47 150
136 Warrenton Oil Co. 47 144
140 Kwik Chek 46 144
140 Short Stop Food Marts 46 141
142 Bolla Oil Corp. 45 144
142 Bosselman Enterprises 45 150
144 Jolley Stores 44 150
144 Farm Stores Grocery Inc. 44 155
146 Dari Mart Inc. 43 144
146 Energy North Group Inc. 43 164
146 Pete's Corp. 43 150
146 R.L. Vallee Inc. 43 155
150 Coborn's Inc. 42 106

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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