Expanding Convenience Stores Bet on a Future with Gas Powered Vehicles

Despite government regulations pushing a future filled with electric vehicles (EVs), some large convenience store chains still see gas in the future.
Pennsylvania-based Rutter’s plans to build 50 new gas station/convenience stores over the next five years in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and Delaware, the company announced this week. Rutter’s currently has 84 locations.
Of those, 21 Pennsylvania stores have video gaming terminals, making Rutter’s the largest licensed gambling operator in the state that isn’t a casino.
Rutter’s is not the only growing gas station chain.
Texas-based Buc-ee’s announced in February 2022 that it would add a dozen new convenience stores through 2026. The store is known for brisket sandwiches and an enormous number of gas pumps—typically around 100…. Source

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