Going Far in Fargo

King, W.B.
May 2005
Convenience Store News;5/9/2005, Vol. 41 Issue 6, p80
Trade Publication
This article focuses on how at Stamart stores, establishing a consistent look is a priority. Today's customers continue to seek out shopping experiences that offer innovative design and impeccable service and West Fargo-based Stamart travel centers and convenience stores has been working hard to provide both. The company is currently in the process of remodeling its 11 locations in North Dakota and Minnesota to reflect a design concept that exceeds customer satisfaction. Since 1980, when Stamart opened its first store, staying ahead of the curve has been its goal.


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