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NACS Magazine highlights convenience store brands who’ve gone the extra mile for CMN Hospitals

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The current issue of NACS Magazine highlights convenience store brands such as Speedway, McLane Company, Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores, Corner Store, Circle K and Stripes that have partnered with Children’s...

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Aiden and the Speedy Freeze

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Does anyone need a fill-up? Be sure to stop by your nearest Speedway! Speedway is one of our only year-long fundraisers, and boy, are we glad to partner with them!...

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John Lauck talks about CMN Hospitals on NACS podcast

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Whether it’s for food, fuel or snacks, nearly half of the U.S. population shops at a convenience store every day. But in this week’s podcast episode of Convenience Matters by...

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Speedway LLC began raising funds for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in 1991. Since then, Speedway has contributed more than $90 Million to CMN Hospitals. Today, CMN Hospitals is Speedway’s primary charitable focus and the charity’s fourth largest contributor. Fifty eight member hospitals in Speedway’s operating area directly benefit from these fundraising efforts. For many of these hospitals, Speedway is their largest contributor.

Speedway is the largest convenience store contributor to CMN Hospitals, raising a record breaking $10.9 million in 2017. Fundraising for CMN Hospitals includes year-long canister collections at the point of sales and specially themed days for employees to engage customers. Speedway holds the annual Speedway Miracle Tournament in Ohio, which over the past several years has raised over $2 million alone and has become one of the largest golf events benefiting CMN Hospitals.

Fundraising for CMN Hospitals has become part of the Speedway’s culture. This long-time partnership has resulted in stores and member hospitals developing strong relationships, to support kids in their communities.

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