XYIENCE is offering Circle K convenience store shoppers in select states the chance to win a new Harley-Davidson Sportster 883 Low in a text message sweepstakes contest. The contest, which launches Sept. 1 and runs through Oct.31, includes participating stores in Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts. Legal residents of
Maintaining its aggressive efforts to update all of its locations, Tedeschi Food Shops has completed two new store remodels in Massachusetts. The Tedeschi Food Shops at 98 Houston Avenue in Milton, Mass., and 168 Garden Street in Needham, Mass., were recently renovated, bringing the total of stores remodeled in 2010 to 12. These newly remodeled
Rockland, Mass.-based Tedeschi Food Shops continues its aggressive efforts to update its New England locations. Just recently it renovated two more stores-bringing the total of remodeled stores to eight in 2010. The two stores, located at 1 Bridle Road in Billerica and 210 Boston Street in Chelmsford, Mass., are now offering fresh food items like
High’s of Baltimore Inc. has announced four management promotions it is making in order to aid the achievement of organizational goals and objectives. “The challenges that our whole industry have faced over the last two years has made us a stronger operator and taught us what it’s going to take to continue to be successful
Hanover, Md.-based High’s of Baltimore Inc., has announced that customers of its 70 High’s Dairy Stores in Maryland and Delaware, collectively donated more than $10,000 to the company’s Haiti Earthquake Relief Campaign. At checkout, store associates asked customers if they would like to make a $1 donation to the campaign which was in association with the American Red Cross. “We’re extremely proud of
Fuel supplier C.K. Smith and Co. Inc., which closed 23 Irving gas stations last month in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, said yesterday its decision was part of a strategy to exit the gasoline business, but will not affect its heating oil and propane services business in Central Massachusetts, the Worcester Telegram reported. “Today, C.K.
Sunoco Inc. said it is selling off 165 convenience stores and gas stations in the Eastern U.S. The properties are located in selected markets in Florida, Massachusetts, Maryland, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. Philadelphia-based Sunoco operates a network of approximately 4,700 retail sites—including the APlus