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Once reserved for truckstops and travel centers, diesel is wending its way into convenience-store locations. From NOCO sites in upstate New York to Wawa and Dash-In across the Mid-Atlantic region, diesel is not only winning space, it’s also capturing featured placement across the forecourt.
Today’s convenience-store forecourt is rapidly transforming into a commercial enterprise, making filling one’s tank a merely utilitarian function. More exciting—and potentially more lucrative—is mobile-friendly dispenser technology that seeks to integrate the fuel island with the store and draw more motorists inside.