A Tale of Two Halves

Longo, Don; Chanil, Debra
May 2013
Convenience Store News;May2013, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p14
Trade Publication
The article focuses on developments related to convenience stores in the U.S. The NACS State of the Industry Summit (SOI) focused on convenience store industry in the country. 7-Eleven Inc. has acquired the 46 Hickory Point and Palm convenience stores from CB Mart Inc. Wawa Inc. has decided to sponsor the Wawa Welcome America! Festival.


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