Gas Station Franchises
In 2018, U.S. gas station sold around 504 billion U.S. dollars worth of gas.
Analysts claim that Americans spend 7% of their annual income on gas, 1.5% more than last year.
SOURCE: CBS Chicago
According to a report by AAA, Americans spend more than $69 each month on fuel.
SOURCE: AAA Report / Business Insider
In 2019, around 142 billion gallons of gasoline were consumed in the U.S.
Types of Gas Station Franchises
Today, gas stations are more than just a place to refuel. Most gas station franchises today are a combination of a gas station and truck stop. But what were once stores offering a quick snack are now full-time delis that provide fresh food, gourmet coffee, and more. Furthermore, these convenience stores will sell just about anything you'd need on a trip. From merchandise to clothes, cold drinks and potato chips... you name it.
Why Consider a Gas Station?
Purchasing a gas station franchise is an ideal investment. With approximately 1.88 vehicles per household on average in the United States and more than 90% of households owning at least one car, you won't be running out of customers. Attaching your franchise to the name of a brand will offer your business safety and assurance for the future. Moreover, new laws requiring security and environmental upgrades will be the responsibility of your parent company, saving you from financial burden. Lastly, your parent company will make sure to train and educate you to make your franchise a success, for you and them
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