“Our stores are where customers find the products that meet their critical needs in a convenient store format, at a price they can afford,” stated
With more than 15,000 small-footprint locations across
Most of the stores accept SNAP benefits to purchase a wide variety of products, including food for students who may no longer have access to school-funded meal programs. To assist families with youth at home, the stores also provide children’s products at great values, such as books, craft supplies and toys.
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Vice President, Investor Relations
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