Uni-marts to Sell 250 Units to Dealers

Laracy, Alex
November 2004
Convenience Store News;11/22/2004, Vol. 40 Issue 14, p10
Trade Publication
This article reports that Uni-mart is going to sell 250 units to dealers. Uni-Marts LLC plans to sell approximately 250 of its 276 locations in Pennsylvania, New York, Delaware and Maryland to independent dealers and licensees over the next year. The company will likely continue to run some of its remaining stores, using them for training and other purposes. Potential buyers may purchase individual or clusters of stores, and all Uni-Marts' employees will have the opportunity to bid for stores. Uni-Marts currently has 254 stores located in Pennsylvania and 22 in New York, Maryland and Delaware.


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