Top 202 Convenience Stores 2020

Top 202 Convenience Stores 2020

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

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Who’s No. 1?
Rank Chain Name No. of Stores Last Year's Rank
1 7-Eleven Inc. 9519 1
2 Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. 7142 2
3 Speedway LLC 3854 3
4 Casey's General Stores Inc. 2230 4
5 EG America LLC 1704 5
6 Murphy USA Inc. 1500 6
7 GPM Investments LLC 1330 7
8 BP America Inc. 1026 8
9 ExtraMile Convenience Stores LLC 975 9
10 Wawa Inc. 917 10
11 QuikTrip Corp. 850 11
12 Kwik Trip 768 13
13 Pilot Co. 754 12
14 Sheetz 615 14
15 RaceTrac Petroleum 567 15
16 Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores Inc. 543 16
17 United Pacific 451 19
18 Kum & Go LC 408 18
19 BW Gas & Convenience Holdings LLC (Yesway) 402 17
20 Sunshine Gasoline Distributors 395 20
21 United Refining Co. 367 21
22 Maverik Inc. 360 23
23 Anabi Oil 350 26
24 Stewart's Shops 348 25
25 MAPCO 345 22
26 Sunoco LP 343 24
27 Global Partners LP 277 27
28 Travel Centers of America LLC 272 28
29 Giant Eagle Convenience Division 266 30
30 Jacksons Food Stores 264 31
31 Bolla Oil Corp. 260 33
32 Delek U.S. Holdings 253 29
33 Royal Farms 242 35
34 Sam's Food Stores 231 40
35 Landmark Industries 230 34
36 Meijer Gas Stations 224 36
37 Cal's Convenience Inc. 209 37
38 Thorntons Inc. 207 39
39 RaceWay 205 32
40 CEFCO Convenience Stores (formerly listed under Fikes Wholesale) 204 37
41 Applegreen PLC 197 43
42 G&M Oil Co. Inc. 178 42
43 Hy-Vee Inc. 175 45
44 United Dairy Farmers 174 41
45 The Cigarette Store Group 160 51
46 QuickChek Corp. 157 44
47 Par Mar Oil Co. 155 49
48 CrossAmerica Partners LP 150
49 Terrible Herbst Oil Co. 148 47
50 Nouria Energy Corp. 146 58

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, 2019. Any pending sales are not included. Store counts are the total c-stores owned and/or franchised by the retailer.

Gresham Petroleum Co. (No. 125) and 7-Eleven Stores (No. 66) have each been acquired. Both chains are included on the 2020 Top 202 because the date each acquisition closed fell after Dec. 31, 2019. RaceTrac and RaceWay stores have been seperated due to their unique business models.

Note: Because of the tie at 201, the list includes 204 chains. Bonus!



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