EL PASO, Texas -- Some Good Time Stores Inc. convenience stores and gas stations have closed their doors and pumps in El Paso, Texas, according to The El Paso Times.
The retailer's El Paso headquarters building is listed for sale or lease, Max Prestridge with NAI Commercial Real Estate confirmed for the newspaper. A paper sign taped to the door informs job seekers that applications are not being accepted.
There was only one employee in the building Wednesday. She said she was not authorized to comment, and the owner did not respond to repeated requests for comment, said the report.
The c-stores that were shuttered throughout the city as of last Thursday had notices on their windows that they were "temporarily closed." The gasoline dispensers had notices that they were out of service, and the Chevron logos had been removed from the signs, pumps and canopies, the report added.
Alon USA Energy Inc., Dallas, purchased 40 Good Time c-stores in 2006 and has since converted them to its own brands (see Related Content below for previous CSP Daily News coverage), but the local owners retained 15 locations, the paper said.
Several Good Time stores were closed, and others remained open, some without fuel, said the report.
Good Time locations reportedly had supply issues earlier this year, the newspaper reported at the time.
Store managers by the El Paso Times said they were not authorized to comment.