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1 By Lucas Duralia, Kyle Anderson, & Nicole Rasor
Circle K By Lucas Duralia, Kyle Anderson, & Nicole Rasor

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3 Background info Began operations in 1951.
Originally called Kay’s Food Stores; opened in El Paso Texas. Has more than 3,500 stores internationally. 2,400 stores in the U.S. The name Circle K was bought out in 2003 by a Canadian Company.

4 Company Mission Statement
Circle K Mission Statement: “To grow the Circle K brand by granting franchise agreements to individuals who are dedicated to winning long-term customers by providing high-quality products and services, fully utilizing the operating system and taking full advantage of our ongoing support.”

5 Corvallis Customer Profile
College Students age 18-26 Tailgaters and Misc. Alumni Primarily shoot for 21 and over crowd; most of sales are alcohol. Early morning and late night shoppers-it’s open 24hours.

6 What do they offer? Convenience goods Prepaid phone cards Money orders
Cash payroll checks Pay as you go wireless ATM BEER You know what you will find when you go in…that’s why people like it.

7 S.W.O.T. Analysis Strengths: Always open
Consistency in products and store arrangement. Great locations Large scale purchasing power Customer focus

8 S.W.O.T. Analysis Contd. Weaknesses: Not a lot of available parking
Hard to access during big events Limited product capacity

9 S.W.O.T. Analysis Contd. Opportunities:
Build more locations-compete with dorms. International franchise opportunities. Increase purchasing power; were bought out by a larger corporation.

10 S.W.O.T. Analysis Contd. Threats: 7-eleven Superette Dairy Mart
Grocery Stores Gas Station Mini Marts

11 Bibliography

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