DB Mart Files for Bankruptcy Protection

Laracy, Alex
July 2004
Convenience Store News;7/12/2004, Vol. 40 Issue 9, p10
Trade Publication
DB Cos. Inc., which runs the DB Mart chain of convenience stores, has filed for bankruptcy, saying it suffered operating losses of about $3.1 million last year. The filing also covers its four subsidiary companies: DB Motor Fuels Inc., DB Marketing Co. Inc., DB Properties Management Inc. and DB Transport Inc. The company has 149 locations in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New York. DB Cos. said in court papers that it intends to keep operating its stores during the bankruptcy proceedings.


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