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Oct. 13 - Enmark Stations completes opening of five new stores in South Carolina

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Brunswick Business Journal Staff Report

October 13, 2014 - The Savannah based service station and convenience store chain Enmark Stations, Inc. has announced the opening of five new locations in South Carolina, part of a strategic plan in the state just recently completed.

The new convenience store locations include: 125 Mathews Drive in Hilton Head Island, SC; 3860 Highway 378 Leesville, SC; 1318 Edgefield Highway in Aiken, SC; 2461 Charleston Highway in Aiken, SC; and 113 Main Street in Wagener, SC. Enmark Stations began operating the Aiken, Leesville, and Wagener stores on Thursday, September 11.

All five stores will have gas and diesel fueling stations, fresh-brewed coffee and other convenience store items. Furthering Enmark’s commitment to food-service, each store will have fresh food prepared on site, including hot breakfast items, chicken, sandwiches and pizza, a growing trend in the convenience store industry as companies seek ways to increase revenues by competing with traditional fast food chains.

“The Enmark cash card fuel discount will bring more competitive prices to the market and reduce expenses for residents of the area,” according to the company.

“As we expand our reach in South Carolina, our stores will continue to strive to be the best service stations and convenience stores, from the customer’s perspective, in all the markets in which we operate, as stated by our mission,” said vice president Houstoun Demere.

Demere said, “We are excited to expand into a new market in Aiken, SC. Logistically it fits nicely within our existing store footprint as it is very close to the Augusta, GA market. The addition of four stores gives us a strong presence in the Augusta/Aiken area. This is our second location on Hilton Head and now we are able to serve customers on both ends of the island.”

With the addition of the five new stores, Enmark Stations, Inc. currently owns and operates 64 stores in Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina.

Founded as Interstate Stations in 1963 by Robert Demere, Enmark Stations, Inc. is a family-run business. The Savannah-based company, which celebrated its 50-year anniversary in 2013, operates 64 stores in Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina.


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