Speedway Express appear to be corporate owned sites, but leased to individual operators. So, gas controlled by Speedway, but store controlled by an independent operator. I've never heard of this until California. I wonder of they're having trouble terminating some of these site operator agreements.Alpha8472 wrote: ↑October 9th, 2019, 2:05 amThe Speedway Express gas stations appear to be smaller gas stations. They either do not have convenience stores or have a small convenience store. I noticed pamphlets regarding the rewards program, but the cashier did not have any rewards cards. I have yet to see a full size Speedway in this area. I did notice some Mobil and Exxon stations that are still Mobil and Exxon branded. They appear to be smaller stations and close early. Perhaps they are not corporate run stations. I hope that they do not convert to Speedway as these locations are the only place that I can use my Mobil credit card.
I stopped going to AMPM once they stopped carrying the Orange Whip drink. It was my only reason for going there. I used to go to the prototype store in Concord, California. It is the nicest one in the area, and used to be the photo on the ARCO website.
Previously Speedway was only used on corporate stores...
Probably should have reflagged these sites back to USA Gasoline... Burney actually reflagged from USA to this Speedway Express thing. Burney is still being run by Anabi Oil.