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Allsup's in Texas sold

Nine Allsup’s convenience stores in Texas have been sold to a company in Georgia, according to a report in the Iowa Park (Texas) Leader newspaper.

Allsup’s officials at the company’s headquarters in Clovis have not returned multiple calls requesting information. But city officials said Tuesday no applications for new business licenses connected to the potential sale of any Allsup’s store in Clovis have been filed.

Allsup’s founder Lonnie Allsup died in 2018, leaving a legacy that includes more than 300 stores, with 3,000 employees, in about 160 communities throughout Texas and New Mexico.

The Iowa Park newspaper reported its store and eight others in Texas would be operated as Hop-In.

Other Allsup’s changing hands are located in Vernon and Brownfield, Texas.

Cheryl Elmore, the manager of two Allsup’s stores in Brownfield, posted about store changes on her Facebook page earlier this month.

Story continues at easternnewmexiconews.com

 

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Lorrie Griffith

Lorrie began covering the supermarket and foodservice industries at Shelby Publishing in 1988, an English major fresh out of the University of Georgia. She began as an editorial assistant/proofreader (and continues to proofread everything, everywhere, in spite of herself). She spent three-plus decades with Shelby in various editorial roles, and after a detour into business development, rejoined Shelby in June 2024. "It's good to be back covering the greatest industry in the world," she says.

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