C-STORE FOR SALE: Taking the Exit

Francella, Barbara Grondin
October 2006
Convenience Store News;10/8/2006, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p64
Trade Publication
The article presents information on some successful retailers who sold their convenience store business in the U.S. Retailer Kevin Noon sold his business after differences with his partner. He still believes in the future of the convenience store industry. He also believes that if one is passionate about the business, then one can succeed. Retailer Richard Waring, said, the timing and the price offered was right when he and his partners decided to sell the company.


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