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On the Run Gas Station Convenience Stores See Pandemic Business Jump – Red Deer Advocate

As the pandemic took hold, Parkland Corporation noticed an interesting shift in the company’s revenue stream. Independent gasoline supplier and marketing company behind gas stations Fas Gas Plus among a number of other brands was seeing significantly more people stop by its On the Run convenience stores to buy basic groceries and other last minute […]

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Convenience Stores in Japan Reforming Business Models for Growth

Three large convenience store operators in Japan are looking to reform their business models to continue growing, as the domestic market hits its ‘ceiling’ and consumer behavior dramatically changes during the coronavirus pandemic. Seven-Eleven Japan Co., the country’s largest convenience store chain, has tried to move away from its “one-size-fits-all” business model, its president, Fumihiko […]

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Nevada Convenience Stores Grateful for Tax Cut

Higher tax rates on electronic cigarettes would increase traditional cigarette use and reduce the use of the less harmful electronic cigarette. Without a doubt, lawmakers were hoping to reduce Americans’ tobacco and nicotine use when they proposed the vaping tax, but Republicans and a handful of Senate Democrats, including Senator Catherine Cortez Masto, took the […]

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Auto stores and convenience stores are the biggest retail winners of the pandemic

With months of mandatory closings, social distancing restrictions, and tempered consumer demand, the retail market has certainly been hit during the pandemic. But not all retailers come out of the pandemic for the worse. In fact, many are in expansion mode or are already experiencing a rapid rebound from the pandemic. Stan Johnson Co. recently […]

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Ten Phoenix Convenience Stores We Can’t Live Without

The best convenience stores are more than the sum of their products. They’re there for you when you need a Cheetos fix or when you’re running low on TP, but they also act as mind readers, showcasing the perfect ice cream, craft beer, or even the scented candle you didn’t know about. not even need. […]

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Monfort Cos. acquires 8 Jack’s convenience stores

DENVER – Monfort Cos. acquired eight convenience stores with fuel from Penta Operating LLC, doing business as Jack’s Convenience Stores. The deal also includes a Jack’s Lube & Wash oil change and car wash location. The stores are located in Midland, San Angelo and Abilene Markets in West Texas. Four stores carry Exxon brand fuel, […]

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A strike that could have hit deliveries to 1,500 convenience stores in London and the south-east suspended for wage review in January

The two-day strike, including Christmas Eve, by drivers employed by Tesco-owned Booker Retail Partners at its Thamesmead site, which could have affected deliveries from 1,500 convenience stores in London and the South-East, has been suspended. Unite the union said today (Monday, December 20) that the strikes of 45 workers, scheduled for Thursday (December 23) and […]

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Iowa Retailer Completes Purchase of Pilot Convenience Stores

ANKENY, Iowa (AP) – An Iowa-based convenience store chain has completed the purchase of 40 stores from Pilot Corporation, based in Knoxville, Tennessee. Casey’s General Stores, Inc. announced in a press release that it has completed the sale as part of a three-year strategic plan to add 345 new stores nationwide. The company describes itself […]

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‘Slippery slope’: Alberta liquor store group fears more convenience stores will follow Edmonton 7-Eleven liquor model

Breadcrumb Links Local news Author of the article: Lauren Boothby Release date : Dec 12 2021 • 2 days ago • 2 minutes to read • 50 reviews Liquor store industry advocates fear that more Alberta convenience stores will start selling alcohol after a 7-Eleven at 14110 127 St. NW, in north Edmonton, begins to […]

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‘Skill Games’ Return to Convenience Stores, Trucks Stop Statewide | Richmond Free Press

“Skill games” are legal again. Slot machine-style games were the mainstay of convenience stores and truck stops until the General Assembly banned them on July 1. A Virginia judge on Monday temporarily barred the state from enforcing the ban, allowing store owners in Richmond and across the state to turn on thousands of machines in […]