“We believe this transaction will allow us to de-lever the convenience store portion of our business, reduce our cost of capital and further diversify our access to capital to fund our growth strategy,” says Susser CEO. Susser Holdings Corp.’s Board of Directors has approved the filing of a registration statement to effect an initial public
Industry Veteran Brad Williams, former senior vice president of operations at The Pantry, joins Mid-Atlantic Convenience Stores. Mid-Atlantic Convenience Stores (MACS), one of the largest ExxonMobil fuel distributors in the Mid-Atlantic region, has appointed of Brad Williams to its executive leadership team. Williams will serve as senior vice president of store operations and will oversee
Chesapeake Energy and Love’s team add CNG accessibility across Oklahoma. Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores, an Oklahoma City, Okla.-based and family-owned operator of 280 travel stops and convenience stores, plans to add 10 publicly accessible compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations at existing locations across Oklahoma. These CNG fueling stations will be located in
New leaders bring expertise in strategy, brand development and retail focus. Mid-Atlantic Convenience Stores (MACS), the largest EXXONMobil fuel distributor in the region, has appointed two new members to its executive leadership team. Chad Lusk has been named chief strategy offficer, and Derek Gaskins will serve as senior vice president of marketing and merchandising.
Industry veteran Robert Eggleston has joined Amarillo, Texas based Toot’n Totum Food Stores LLC as vice president of supply and transportation. “Robert is a man of prodigious talent who will complement our existing leadership team. His evidentiary experience in all aspects of fuel procurement, retailing, and logistics will be a key component in the success
If you’re driving north or south along a crooked road just inside Maine’s Atlantic coast, you’re eating up New England’s northernmost scenery on Interstate 95. Trucking southbound through the state’s southern belly, you might stop off for gas in the town of Waterville and find J&S Oil’s Xpress Stop Service Station sitting just off the
Don Glenn and Jake Leatherman had just wrapped up three store visits to Atlas Oil customers in southern Michigan when their conversation turned from coffee to a slightly more slippery substance: petroleum. “Four dollars,” said Glenn, director of retail sales at Taylor, Mich.-based fuel distributor Atlas. “That’s where everybody’s world changed.” Leatherman, Atlas’ senior retail