QuikTrip Convenience Store Chain to Enter the Denver Market

QuikTrip comes to Denver with plans to open 70 locations
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QuikTrip, the Oklahoma-based convenience store chain, is making its way into the Denver market.

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A permit for a QuikTrip location was filed at 6395 E. Evans Avenue, formerly a Tesla Service Station. According to permit details, this project involves demolition of existing structures on site and the development of a convenience store and fuel pump island.

Founded in 1958, QuikTrip has grown to a more than $11 billion company with 850 location in 11 states. The chain has a sizable community of fans and patrons, garnering over 800,000 likes and follows on its Facebook page.

Along with the standard coffee, soda machines and fuel, QuikTrip convenience stores offer a little bit of everything. Customers can purchase fresh, made-to-order food like pizza, sandwiches, various breakfast items and desserts. For those in more of a hurry, there are also several grab-and-go options available including hot dogs, various pastries and salads.

According to reporting from Mile High CRE in February, QuikTrip has plans to open 70 locations in the Denver Metro area.

Maria McGinnis

Maria McGinnis

Maria McGinnis is a recent graduate of Kent State University in Ohio where she received a Bachelor of Science in journalism with minors in psychology and advertising. Since graduating, Maria has been working as a freelance writer. She loves a good story and her beat coverage has ranged from covering fashion trends to mental health to new business and everything in between.
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