Circle K: Circle K is the largest chain of non-franchised convenience stores in the world and has locations around the world. Their goal for each location is to quickly provide high-quality products and friendly service, and to maintain a clean environment inside the store. Circle K offers convenient snacks and accessories for busy travelers, and feature some privately branded items.. See Circle K Application.
Wawa: Wawa Inc. operates gas stations in six of the eastern United States. Gas stations have their own convenience stores which offer snacks, drinks, and assorted convenient goods for busy travelers. Wawa is known for their extensive selection of fresh breakfast and lunch/dinner food items, such as their popular hoagie sandwiches. Customers order food by entering their choices into a touch screen computer, a practice that improves speed and accuracy.. See Wawa Application.
Sheetz: Sheetz is a family-owned chain of gas stations and convenience stores, and it has locations in the eastern United States. Their gas stations offer multiple kinds of gasoline, diesel fuel, and kerosene. Their convenience stores feature a range of items and are well-known for their MTO, or made to order meals. Customers can choose from a breakfast or lunch/dinner menu and customize their orders on touch screen computers.. See Sheetz Application.
Speedway: Speedway LLC. is an American chain of gas stations with locations in the Midwestern United States. Speedway also operates convenience stores in conjunction with its gas stations. On the East Coast, the same company operates gas stations and convenience stores under the brand names Hess and Wilcohess. Some locations allow customers to request made to order foods and drinks on touchscreen computers.. See Speedway Application.
7 Eleven: 7-Eleven is a chain of convenience stores with thousands of locations in the United States and countries around the world. Its locations are franchised and can be standalone stores or be attached to a gas station. 7-Eleven sells magazines, convenience items, and snacks, including its popular Slurpee and Big Gulp beverages.. See 7 Eleven Application.
Cumberland Farms: Cumberland Farms locations operate gas stations and convenience stores, and are found in the eastern United States. The company is privately owned and its stores sell many privately branded items, such as their famous dairy products and snacks. Many locations offer self-serve beverage bars and fresh foods such as sandwiches.. See Cumberland Farms Application.
Royal Farms: Royal Farms is a small, family-owned chain of convenience stores with locations in some of the eastern United States. Their stores are usually attached to gas stations, and they sell a variety of convenient products such as periodicals and snacks. They also feature a large selection of beverages and fresh food, including their popular fried chicken, hamburgers, wraps, salads, and breakfast items.. See Royal Farms Application.
Racetrac: RaceTrac Petroleum, Inc. is a privately-owned American chain of gas stations with hundreds of locations in the U.S. southern regions. Its gas stations typically feature RaceTrac convenience stores as well. In addition to selling a range convenient products such as snacks and magazines, RaceTrac offers fresh food and beverages, and uniquely features a customizable frozen yogurt bar.. See Racetrac Application.
Kangaroo Express: Kangaroo Express is an American-founded chain of convenience stores that are found alongside gas stations in the southeastern United States. This chain is part of the larger The Pantry company. Kangaroo has privately branded gasoline, coffee, water, and assorted merchandise. Many locations share a space with fast food restaurants. Uniquely, stores offer collectible Roo cups that come with coupons inside and can be refilled in Kangaroo stores for low prices.. See Kangaroo Express Application.
Shell: Shell Oil Company is an American oil and natural gas company; it is a subsidiary of the larger global company Royal Dutch Shell. This company’s partner is a Saudi Arabian government oil company, Saudi Aramco. Shell operates thousands of gas stations in the United States, and it also produces, refines, and searches for new reserves of petroleum.. See Shell Application.
Murphy Usa: Murphy USA is an American chain of gas stations and convenience stores. Their locations offer a variety of convenient products including magazines and periodicals, candy and snacks, beverages, and dairy products. The company aims to provide a wide variety of quality products for affordable products. Murphy USA partners with Walmart and is often found close to their stores.. See Murphy Usa Application.
Turkey Hill: Turkey Hill is an American company owned by Kroger that is best known as a producer of beverages and dairy products, especially ice cream. However, the company also operates gas station convenience stores called Turkey Hill Minit Markets. These stores have over 200 locations in Pennsylvania and nearby states. Minit Markets sell a variety of convenient items and also feature freshly prepared breakfast items, sandwiches, and pizzas.. See Turkey Hill Application.
Chevron: Chevron Corporation is a major American oil company that serves the United States and countries around the world at its many gas stations. In addition to petroleum, Chevron extracts, refines, and distributes natural gas and other chemicals. The company also deals in environmentally friendly energy sources such as biofuel, geothermal energy, and solar and wind power.. See Chevron Application.
Kum And Go: Kum & Go is a privately owned American company that operates convenience stores. It has hundreds of stores in the Midwestern United States. The convenience stores are usually found alongside gas stations and sell a variety of convenient items, snacks, and beverages. Kum & Go locations also offer fresh food such as pizzas, sandwiches, hot dogs, chicken, and baked goods; they offer breakfast items as well.. See Kum And Go Application.
Bp: BP, which stands for British Petroleum, is a major energy corporation that discovers, refines, and sells oil and natural gas for fuel. It serves a global market and also deals in petrochemicals, and sustainable energy sources such as wind power and biofuel. BP also sells equipment lubricants. Their most recognizable service is their operation of thousands of gas stations.. See Bp Application.
Hess: The Hess Corporation is a smaller U.S. oil company that searches for and mines petroleum in multiple countries and refines it before marketing it. Hess sells gasoline products in the eastern United States, and in addition to petroleum, they also deal in electricity and natural gas. Hess is committed to environmental sustainability practices. The company also produces an assortment of toy vehicles with the Hess brand name.. See Hess Application.
Valero: Valero Energy Corporation is a major U.S.-based company that manufactures and transports fuel and power-related products. They operate plants and refineries in North America, the Caribbean, and the U.K.; they also have thousands of gas stations in these countries that sell fuel under a variety of brand names. Valero deals in gasoline, petrochemicals, and natural gas.. See Valero Application.
Stripes: Stripes Stores is an American retail company that operates convenience stores. They have hundreds of locations in the southwestern United States, and they also operate under different brand names such as Quick Stuff and Icebox. These convenience stores are attached to different gas stations, and they sell a variety of convenient products. Stripes locations often feature fresh Mexican food from Laredo Taco Company.. See Stripes Application.
Sunoco: Sunoco Inc. is a U.S.-based manufacturing company that produces and sells petrochemical and petroleum products in North America and in countries around the world. In the U.S. alone, Sunoco sells products at more than 4,500 gas stations. The company is a subsidiary of the larger corporation Energy Transfer Partners. Sunoco is considered the most environmentally responsible gas company in the world.. See Sunoco Application.
Pilot Flying J: Pilot Flying J is a privately-owned American company that operates truck stops. There are more than 500 locations in the United States and Canada. This truck stop chain offers diesel fuel and convenience stores, as well as fast food and quick service restaurants. Their locations also have truck washing services, laundry services, lounges, showers, game rooms, free Wi-Fi, and more.. See Pilot Flying J Application.
Exxon: Exxon is an American company that is the retail brand of the larger ExxonMobil oil corporation. Their hundreds of locations are typically found in the eastern United States, often in more developed areas. Exxon operates gas stations with attached convenience stores, and some of these locations offer car washing and auto repair services.. See Exxon Application.
Kwik Shop: Kwik Shop is an American chain of convenience stores found in conjunction with gas stations. It is a small regional chain with locations in the western United States and some southern states. Kwik Shop is owned by the larger Kroger company and sells some of its products in their stores. Their convenience stores sell convenient items, snacks, and beverages, along with a limited selection of hot fresh foods.. See Kwik Shop Application.
Marathon: Marathon Petroleum Corporation is an American company that deals in petroleum. In addition to refining, marketing, and delivering petroleum, the company owns and operates gas stations. There are more than 5,000 of these gas stations in the U.S. and in countries around the world. Marathon stations have convenience stores and also offer car washing services.. See Marathon Application.
Casey’s General Store: Casey’s General Stores, Inc. is an American company that operates convenience stores in the United States. There are more than 1,900 store locations in the Plains States and Midwestern United States. These stores sell assorted convenient products, and they also sell fresh food. Their menu includes pizzas, flatbreads, subs, burgers, snacks, and breakfast items. Casey’s also sells fresh-baked goods.. See Casey’s General Store Application.
76 Gas Station: 76, once known as Union 76, is an American company that operates gas stations. There are more than 1,800 of these gas stations in the United States. 76 owned by the larger Phillips 66 Company, and their stations use their own brand of gasoline called PROclean. Their gas is unique in that it uses 3 times the detergent additive that is required by the Environmental Protective Agency in the U.S.. See 76 Gas Station Application.
Arco: The Atlantic Richfield Company, or ARCO is a privately owned oil company that is based in the United States. It operates in the U.S. and in Asia. ARCO has well over a thousand gas stations in the western U.S. and the brand is known for its comparatively low gas prices.. See Arco Application.
Mobil: Mobil is a major U.S. oil company that operates a chain of gas stations with attached convenience stores under their brand name or the name On the Run. Mobil is known for its distinctive red Pegasus logo, and the company offers its own brand of gasoline at stations. There are stations in the U.S., the U.K., and Australia, and some locations offer car washing or auto repair services.. See Mobil Application.
Texaco: Texaco, Inc. is a major oil brand that originated in the United States; it is sold in countries around the world and there are thousands of Texaco gas stations. They offer unique brands of techron, gasoline, and diesel fuel, and their gas stations typically have convenience stores that operate under a different brand.. See Texaco Application.
Phillips 66: Phillips 66 Company is a major energy corporation that is based in the United States and operates in countries around the world. Their company mainly deals in oil and gas, more specifically in petrochemicals, natural gas, jet and motor fuels, and lubricants. Phillips 66 operates both service stations and oil refineries that supply them.. See Phillips 66 Application.
Citgo: Citgo Petroleum Corporation is an oil company that is based in the United States. This company finds, refine, transport, and sell fuel, petrochemicals, lubricants, and other similar products. Citgo is a subsidiary of Petróleos de Venezuela, the nationally-sponsored oil company in Venezuela. Citgo operates many gas stations with attached convenience stores.. See Citgo Application.
Quik Trip: QuikTrip, or QT, is a privately owned retail company that operates a chain of gas stations and convenience stores. This American company has hundreds of locations in the Midwestern and southern United States. They are known for their high-quality gasoline with more additives than much of their competition. Their convenience stores sell a variety of necessary items, along with fresh foods and beverages.. See Quik Trip Application.
Conoco: Conoco Inc. is a former oil company that was based in the United States. Now it is a division of the Phillips Petroleum Company and operates as a brand of service station. Conoco’s unique brand of fuel is transported to U.S. gas stations from countries around the world, and their stations typically come with attached convenience stores. They sometimes feature car washing services and basic car repair.. See Conoco Application.
Love’s: Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores is a privately owned chain of convenience stores and truck stops. They have more than 350 locations in the United States; some of these just include gas stations and stores, but their truck stops feature fast food restaurants, hospitality services for truck drivers, and truck maintenance services.. See Love’s Application.
On The Run: On the Run is a brand of convenience store that is based in the United States. They are owned by the larger company ExxonMobil, and there are hundreds of convenience store locations alongside gas stations in the U.S. and in countries around the world. On the Run is known for its large selection of convenient products, and they sell more health and beauty products and snacks than many competitors.. See On The Run Application.
Clark: Clark Brands, LLC is a publically owned company in the oil and gas industry. Based in the United States, this brand of gasoline is found at hundreds of gas stations with the Clark name. The company also licenses their gas brand to independent retailers, along with their own brand of coffee to be sold in connected convenience stores.. See Clark Application.
Extra Mile: Extra Mile is a convenience store brand that is based in the United States. They operate in conjunction with Chevron gas stations and sell a variety of convenient products including snacks, beverages, magazines, and everyday essentials for travelers and regular customers. Many Extra Mile locations are franchised and offer freshly prepared hot foods and fresh coffees.. See Extra Mile Application.
Holiday Station: Holiday Stationstores is a privately owned chain of convenience stores that is based in the United States. They operate in conjunction with gas stations and have more than 500 locations around the country. Holiday Stationstores sell a variety of convenient items, such as magazines, packaged foods , beverages, and more. They also offer freshly-prepared hot sandwiches, hot dogs, breakfast items, and snacks.. See Holiday Station Application.
Travelcenters Of America: Travelcenters of America is a publically owned travel center company that is based in the United States. They have well over 200 full-service truck stops around the country that feature restaurants, gas stations, convenience stores, truck repair and maintenance services. Many of their locations also provide places to do laundry, receive medical attention, and receive financial services. Some Travelcenters have onsite churches.. See Travelcenters Of America Application.