I noticed this too with the list on that site. For instance it only showed the Quik Stops in Nevada, not any of the California ones.Bakeragr wrote: ↑May 5th, 2018, 2:00 pmI believe the c-stores in the Memphis market were acquired from Schnucks, who may have inherited them from Sessel’s/Albertsons. When Schnucks sold their Memphis stores, the c-stores were rebranded “Kwik Shop” but apparently were really run under the Tom Thumb store division.
On a separate note, if you go to that Kroger Corporate link (www.bakersplus.com/cstores), the stores listed as sold to EG group don’t list most of the Turkey Hill stores. Not sure why. Looks like EG really acquired a grab bag of stores with little market penetration. To me, the only option will be to sell the stores off piecemeal in each market.
Also a lot of Tom Thumb in FL is missing.
I realize what it is. The list only is of c-stores sold that were "attached" to some Kroger grocery banner's fuel points program.
In the case of a lot of Turkey Hill, FL Tom Thumb, and CA Quik Stop, those stores were not "attached" to any of the grocery banner loyalty programs... so they did not show up on the list.
Interesting how many stores in Colorado were retained... almost all in the parking lot of or within eyesight of a KS/CM.