Top 202 Convenience <br>Stores 2019

Top 202 Convenience
Stores 2019

CSP’s Top 202 details the largest chains in the convenience-store industry and the biggest M&A stories of the past year based on Technomic data. Welcome to a deep dive into the c-store landscape.

Who’s No. 1?
Rank Chain Name No. of Stores Last Year's Rank
51 Tri Star Energy LLC 145 76
52 Blarney Castle Oil 141 48
53 Truenorth Energy 140 52
53 Quality Oil Co. 140 61
55 K-VA-T Food Stores Convenience Division 137 50
56 Vintners Distributors 133 53
57 Enmarket 128 56
58 Martin & Bayley Inc. 124 59
59 GoMart Inc. 123 58
60 Englefield Oil Co. 119 55
60 Alta Convenience 119 65
62 Gas Land Petroleum 117 63
63 Gulshan Enterprises 116 62
64 Refuel Operating Co. LLC 113 190
65 Little General Stores Inc. 112 64
66 East Side Enterprise LLC 109 65
66 Stinker Stores Inc. 109 68
68 Plaid Pantry 107 65
68 Panjwani Energy 107 72
70 Mirabito Holdings Inc. 105 65
71 Town Pump Inc. 103 71
72 M.M. Fowler Inc. 102 73
73 Victory Marketing 100 83
73 Quick Track 100 82
75 Buchanan Energy 94 74
76 ARS West LLC/American Retail Services 89 46
76 Sampson-Bladen Oil Co. 89 76
78 Newcomb Oil Co. 87 78
79 The Spinx Co. 84 75
80 White Oak Fuel Station 83 79
81 Parker Oil Co. 82 81
81 Toot'n Totem Food Stores 82 82
83 Reid Petroleum Group 81 79
84 FKG Oil Co. 80 86
85 Johnson Oil Co. 79 82
85 Parkland Fuel USA 79 121
87 CHR Corp./Rutter's 78 87
88 Southwest Georgia Oil Co. Inc. 76 92
88 Family Express Corp. 76 95
88 MNS Ltd. 76 97
91 Atlantis Management Group 75 88
91 Krist Oil Co. 75 88
91 OnCue Marketing LLC 75 88
94 C.N. Brown 74 88
94 Campbell Oil Co. 74 92
96 Gate Petroleum Co. 72 96
97 MFA Oil Co. 70 92
97 Clark's Pump-N-Shop 70 98
99 Parker Corp. 68 105
100 Weigel's Stores Inc. 67 88

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, 2018. Any pending sales are not included. Technomic, CSP’s Chicago-based sister research company, believes its sources of information are reliable, but it does not assume any liability for the accuracy or comprehensiveness of the information published.

Speedway LLC’s numbers do not reflect the 37 stores Marathon Petroleum acquired from NOCO Energy Co. BP America Inc.’s numbers do not reflect its acquisition of Thorntons Inc. because the deal did not close until early 2019. EG Group’s numbers do not reflect the 54-unit Fastrac Markets acquisition, because the deal was not announced until April 2019. RaceTrac and RaceWay stores have been separated due to their unique business models.

Note: Because of the tie at 201, the list includes 203 chains. Bonus!


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