It’s official. Buc-ee’s, the Texas-size travel center chain, completed its purchase of property in New Kent County and will open its first Virginia location in the next two years, with
Henrico-based Fortune 500 convenience store company rivals BP in attempt
Updated 5:30 p.m. March 28 Henrico County-based Fortune 500 convenience store holding company Arko Corp. is rivaling British oil and gas giant BP in a $1.4 billion bid to acquire
Don Bassell to remain until successor in place
Arko Corp. Chief Financial Officer Don Bassell will retire by the end of 2023, the Fortune 500 holding company for Henrico County-based convenience store chain GPM Investments LLC announced Tuesday.
Richmond-based company to add about 31 stores
Arko Corp., a Fortune 500 holding company for Richmond-based convenience store chain GPM Investments LLC, announced Monday it has agreed to acquire Pride Convenience Holdings LLC, which operates 30 Pride
Richmond-based convenience store company to add about 150 stores
Arko Corp., a Fortune 500 holding company for Richmond-based convenience store chain GPM Investments LLC, announced Monday that GPM and some of its subsidiaries have agreed to acquire South Carolina-based
Stores are in Northern and Central Va.
The Wills Group, a La Plata, Maryland-based commercial real estate company, announced Wednesday that its subsidiary SMO Inc. has acquired six MAPCO gas stations and convenience stores in Virginia. The
Acquisition makes company the sixth-largest convenience store chain
Richmond-based GPM Investments LLC became the nation’s sixth-largest convenience store chain Wednesday, after closing on its acquisition of the ExpressStop chain, including 60 gas station convenience stores in Michigan and
GPM Investments to buy ExpressStop stores
Richmond-based convenience stores owner and operator GPM Investments LLC announced Monday it has signed an agreement to acquire 61 ExpressStop convenience stores with gas stations in Michigan and Ohio. Financial