USA: Enmarket Buys Clyde’s Market stores

USA: Enmarket Buys Clyde’s Market stores

The added stores make Enmarket the 81st largest convenience store operator in the country

Enmarket Stations, Inc., the Savannah-based stores has acquired 35 Clyde’s Market stores, expanding its presence in Georgia.

With the acquisition, the company’s total store count gets to 90 locations, including the purchase of Woodland Oil.

“The addition of Clyde’s team members and locations will greatly enhance our presence in Georgia and will create more density for us in central Georgia. The Clyde’s organization and the Woolard family share many of our core values and ethics, as well as a shared passion for taking care of our customers and team members. Strategically, we believe this is a wonderful addition to our portfolio, and are grateful the Woolard family entrusted us with the business they have worked hard to grow over the years,” said Brett Giesick of Enmarket.

Through new industry locations and acquisitions, Enmarket continues to target growth. Enmarket will be placed the 81st largest convenience store operator, as a result of the acquisition.

“My dad, Clyde Woolard, started this company in 1969. Through his vision, hard work and tutelage, it has grown into what it is today. We are very excited about Enmarket’s investment into our company and we are also very appreciative of our customers for 48 years of patronage. At Clyde’s, we feel that Enmarket will be a great fit for our customers and our community. Thanks to all who had a hand it making Clyde’s Market a great company,” said Greg Woolard.

Clyde’s locations will be rebranded to match the new Enmarket look, with more food options and additional product offerings for customers. PWKD05122017

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