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Susser Acquires Town & Country

BY CSA STAFF

Corpus Christi, Texas, Susser Holdings Corp. said Friday it will acquire privately held convenience store chain Town & Country Food Stores for $361 million in cash.

Town & Country also owns locations for 14 potential future stores. The company’s president and CEO Alvin New will continue to run the stores after the acquisition is completed.

Susser will pay for the deal through debt and lease financing and excess cash. The acquisition is expected to close within 90 days and add to earnings in 2008, the report said.

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B.Wedlock says:
Apr-26-2013 01:49 pm

Those are locations for potential future stores but how many stores does it have up to date? Construction CRM

B.Wedlock says:
Apr-26-2013 01:49 pm

Those are locations for potential future stores but how many stores does it have up to date? Construction CRM

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Kirkland’s names interim merchandising gm

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JACKSON, Tenn. Kirkland’s has announced that Christine Treganowan, the company’s divisional merchandising manager, will serve as interim general merchandising manager. She is replacing Sharyn Hejcl, who has resigned as the company’s vp and general merchandising manager to pursue other interests.

Prior to joining Kirkland’s in June 2007, Treganowan enjoyed a 23-year career with Sears Holdings and its predecessor, Kmart Corp., most recently as its divisional vp of store operations. She also held several merchandising positions at Sears Holdings, including as its divisional vp, merchandising and divisional merchandise manager of home.

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Jablonski to retire as head of Shaw’s

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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Supervalu announced today that Carl Jablonski, president of the company’s Shaw’s banner in New England, has decided to retire after 38 years with the company. Larry Wahlstrom, president of the company’s Jewel-Osco banner in Chicago, will replace Jablonski as president of Shaw’s. Wahlstrom will be succeeded by Keith Nielsen, Jewel-Osco’s senior vp of operations.

“Carl Jablonski has had a remarkable career that has included a number of significant contributions to our ongoing success. On behalf of Supervalu, I would like to express my thanks and appreciation for Carl’s years of service and wish him well in his retirement,” Jeff Noddle, Supervalu chairman and ceo, said.

 

Wahlstrom will move to Shaw’s immediately to transition responsibilities from Jablonski, who will stay with the company through the end of the month. Jablonski will be available through the end of the year to assist with the transition. Nielsen, a 40-year veteran of the company, will step into the president role at Jewel-Osco this week.

 

Wahlstrom is a 37-year veteran of the company with a wide range of experience in both food and drug store operations. He began his career at Osco Drug as a store associate in Green Bay, Wis., before rising through the ranks in a number of leadership roles including store director and vp of the Osco New England division, and president of one of the Albertsons food divisions. He also held a number of corporate leadership assignments for Albertsons before becoming president of Jewel-Osco in 2004.

 

Nielsen has served as Jewel-Osco’s senior vp of operations for the past eight years. Prior to his most recent assignment, Nielsen held a variety of leadership roles of increasing responsibility, including store director, district manager, and area vp.

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