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
101 7-Eleven Hawaii 66 103
102 Midjit Market 65 110
102 Walters-Dimmick Petroleum Inc. 65 103
102 Dandy Mini Marts Inc. 65 103
105 Parker Corp. 64 118
105 BFS Cos. 64 106
105 Coen Oil Co. 64 102
108 Good 2 Go Stores LLC 62 116
109 Byrne Dairy Co. 61 112
109 Holiday Oil Co. 61 112
111 Transit Energy Group 59 86
112 Shop Rite/Tobacco Plus 58 110
112 Midwest Petroleum Corp. 58 114
114 The Wills Group Inc. 55 116
115 J&H Oil Co. Inc. 54 124
115 Jaco Oil Co. 54 118
116 Hollingsworth Oil Co. 53 122
116 Jernigan Oil Co. Inc. 53 124
116 Wesco Inc. 53 122
116 Stop & Go 53 136
120 Cantrell Cos. 52 124
121 Boyett Petroleum 51
121 Parkland Fuel USA 50 154
121 Gier Oil Co. Inc. 51 130
124 Carroll Independent Fuel 49 134
125 Western Oil Co. 48 134
125 Gresham Petroleum Co. 48 118
125 Bosselman Enterprises 48 142
125 Craddock Oil Co. 48 128
125 Kelley Williamson Co. 48 130
130 Gawfco Enterprises Inc. 47
130 Savings Oil Co. 47 136
130 The Kent Cos. 47 136
130 Kwik Chek 47 140
130 R.L. Vallee Inc. 47 146
130 Git N Go Convenience Stores 47 154
130 Clark Oil Co. 47 130
137 Short Stop Food Marts 46 140
138 Energy North Group 45 146
138 Jolley Stores 45 144
138 Pete's Corp. 45 146
141 Farm Stores Grocery Inc. 44 144
142 Coborn's Inc. 43 150
142 Keith's Superstores 43 151
142 Folk Oil Co. 43 182
145 Reliance Petroleum Holdings LLC 42 80
145 The Gas Mart Inc. 42
145 Dari Mart Inc. 42 146
145 U-Pak-It Convenience Stores 42 154
149 Coles Energy Inc. 41 154

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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