Convenience Store News

JUL 2015

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26 Convenience Store News | JULY 2015 | WWW.CSNEWS.COM COVER STORY 1 1 7-Eleven Inc., Dallas 1 8,124 1,361 6,763 $24,247,600 7-Eleven Top Franchise/Licensee: Alon Brands 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 283 2 4 Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc., 5,373 4,802 571 $27,397,760 Circle K, Dairy Mart, Gas Express, Laval, Quebec, Canada 3 Kangaroo Express 3 2 Shell Oil/Motiva Enterprises LLC, Houston 5,000 19 4,981 $11,885,432 Shell 4 9 Energy Transfer Partners LP, Dallas 4 4,300 1,103 3,197 $15,596,000 Sunoco, APlus, Stripes, Sac-N-Pac 5 7 Marathon Petroleum Corp., Findlay, Ohio 4,086 2,646 1,440 $15,773,940 Hess, Marathon, Rich Oil, Speedway, Wilco 6 3 BP North America, Houston 3,945 0 3,945 $14,351,116 Amoco, ampm, Arco, Arco Thrifty, Top Franchise/Licensee: BP, BP Connect, BP Shop ampm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 962 7 5 Chevron Corp., San Ramon, Calif. 3,886 314 3,572 $24,267,828 Chevron, Chevron ExtraMile, Texaco 8 6 Exxon Mobil Corp., Irving, Texas 3,409 0 3,409 $8,272,888 Exxon, Exxon On The Run, Exxon Tiger Mart, Mobil, Mobil Mart, Mobil On The Run, Mobil Snack Shop 9 n/a Sunoco LP, Philadelphia 4 2,383 155 2,228 $5,382,016 Sunoco, APlus, Aloha Island Mart, Tiger Market 10 8 Casey's General Stores Inc., Ankeny, Iowa 1,890 1,890 0 $7,915,440 Casey's General Store 11 10 CITGO Petroleum Corp., Houston 1,648 1 1,647 $3,795,376 CITGO 12 28 CHS Inc., Minneapolis 1,440 70 1,370 $2,400,000 Ampride/Cenex, Cenex, Zip Trip Store 13 12 Phillips 66, Houston 1,278 0 1,278 $3,499,860 76, Conoco, Phillips 66 14 14 CST Brands Inc., San Antonio 5 1,080 1,035 45 $7,480,000 Corner Store, Nice N Easy Grocery Shoppes 15 15 Cumberland Farms Inc., Framingham, Mass. 921 554 367 $3,391,700 Cumberland Farms, Gulf 16 16 The Kroger Co., Cincinnati 799 799 0 $5,225,740 Kwik Shop, Tom Thumb, Turkey Hill Minit Mart 17 18 QuikTrip Corp., Tulsa, Okla. 719 719 0 $8,577,400 QuikTrip 18 17 RaceTrac Petroleum Inc., Atlanta 706 387 319 $5,297,760 RaceTrac, RaceWay 19 19 Military, Arlington, Va. 698 698 0 $4,126,512 Coast Guard Mini Mart, Marine Corps Shoppette, NEXCOM Mini Mart, Shoppette, Troop Store 20 24 GPM Investments LLC, Richmond, Va. 693 688 5 $1,868,880 Bread Box, Every Day Shop & Café, Fas Mart, Lil' Cricket, Next Door Food Store, Ranger, Shore Stop, Village Pantry 21 20 Wawa Inc., Media, Pa. 685 685 0 $8,617,180 Wawa 22 22 Pilot Flying J, Knoxville, Tenn. 595 580 15 $2,474,160 Flying J, Mr. Fuel, Pilot Food Mart, Pilot Travel Center 2015 2014 Total U.S. Company-Operated Franchise/ Latest Year-End Sales* Primary Rank Rank Company, City, State Store Count Stores Licensee Stores ($000) Store Names a convenience store as a small-format store of at least 800 square feet; with 500 to 1,500 SKUs; that operates at least 13 hours a day; and carries a limited selection of grocery items, including at least two of the following: toilet paper, soap, disposable diapers, pet food, breakfast cereal, tuna fish, toothpaste, ketchup and canned goods. Once again, this year's Top 100 is bigger and bet- ter than ever. Like last year, we count down the top 100 convenience store chains; the top 20 chains in company- operated stores; the top 20 chains in franchised/licensed stores; new additions (companies that cracked this year's Top 100); drop-offs (companies that fell off this year's list); and the 10 companies on the cusp (Nos. 101-110 in store count). New this year, we've also added the biggest movers (companies that saw the most significant changes in rank), as well as online bonus content including ones to watch (smaller chains with big ideas), and regional breakouts: Northeast, South, Midwest and West. In addition, this year's Top 100 report includes profiles on each of the 10 largest retailers, along with analyses into the competitive environment 7-Eleven faces to keep its No. 1 spot; the future of Couche-Tard & The Pantry: The New No. 2; and the outlook for even more M&A action. According to TDLinx store count figures, this year's top 100 chains operate 66,524 stores. These chains represent 43.5 percent of the industry's total stores, and the top 10 chains alone represent 27.7 percent of the industry's stores with 42,396 units. Top 100

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