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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
151 Dari Mart Inc. 44 146
151 Keith's Superstores 44 149
153 Summerwood Partners 43 146
153 Folk Oil Co. 43 149
155 Childers Oil Co. 42 152
155 Coles Energy Inc./Mickey Mart 42 153
157 R.L. Jordan Oil Co. 41 153
157 Buc-ee's 41 163
159 Lee Oil Co. 40 153
159 Houchens Industries 40 157
159 Big D Oil Co. 40 157
159 The Carioca Co. 40 157
159 Edwards Oil Co. 40 157
159 Downey Oil Co. 40 163
165 CHS Inc. 39 163
165 United Supermarkets 39 167
167 Greeneville Oil & Petroleum 38 167
168 WSCO Petroleum 37 172
168 Brewer Oil Co. 37 172
168 McClure Oil Corp. 37 172
168 SpartanNash Co. Convenience Division 37 172
168 First Coast Energy (Daily's) 37 172
168 Street Corner Inc. 37 149
168 U-Pak-It Convenience Stores 37 157
168 Graham Enterprise 37 172
176 Wesco Oil Co. 36 167
176 Cubby's Inc. 36 172
176 Pronto Markets 36 179
176 Foster Blue Water Oil 36 179
176 Robinson Oil Corp. 36 179
176 Tommy's/U Pump It 36 191
182 Lassus Bros. Oil 35 179
182 CF Capital Assets LLC 35 185
182 Lewis & Raulerson Inc. 35 185
182 SpeeDee Mart 35
186 Eskimo Hut 33
187 Mega Consumers Cooperative 32 187
187 Heritage's Dairy Stores 32 187
187 Golden Pantry Food Stores 32 191
187 Rapid Robert's Inc. 32 191
187 Pride Stores 32 191
187 Onvo 32
187 BHT Investments 32
194 Condon Cos. 31 197
194 La Lomita Inc. 31
196 Bonfare Markets 30 167
196 Haag Oil Co. 30 191
196 Top Star Inc. 30 199
199 Freedom Oil Co. 29 187
199 Forward Corp. 29 200

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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