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<img src="http://shortstopfoodmarts.com/images/rightcolumimg.jpg"> Short Stop Food Marts was founded in the early part on 1971. Vance B. Neal, who visualized the potential growth of the convenience store industry, became its first President on August 1, 1971. Mr. Neal received his B.A. degree in Business and Accounting from Campbell University in 1963. After graduating, Mr. Neal became an auditor with the North Carolina Department of Revenue. Mr. Neal's background in accounting, his attention to detail and his insistence on store cleanliness and merchandising, has allowed this company to become well-respected in the convenience store industry. In 1985, Short Stop purchased twenty-three (23) E-Z Shop stores in NC. Short Stop Food Marts currently operates 56 stores in Southeastern NC. We maintain an employee base of 320 employees at all times The present management of Short Stop consists of: More recently, Short Stop has moved into the 21st century. We have moved some of our branded gasoline locations to our own Short Stop brand of gasoline. This purpose is to help us sell gas at a cheaper retail than the name brands. At the same time, we have updated our logo to reflect our move towards the future. We have taken a hard look at what we need to do at store level to continue to grow our business. By the end of 2009 we will have all 56 locations using our new scanning system registers. All stores by the end of 2009 will have also been updated with the new passports registers. Short Stop is also known for giving back in the communities that help support them. On a local level Short Stop Food Marts is one of the major sponsors of the Football Jamboree. This program was started in 2003 and in the last five years we have given $75,000 to the participating schools in order to supplement their athletic budgets that they receive each year. Most schools where there is a Short Stop have received this money. We have also for the last two years thrown our annual Short Stop Golf tournament that has given the local chapter of the American Red Cross close to $50,000. In 2005, Vance Neal semi- retired and turned the company over to his three children. Chris Neal is the CEO of Short Stop. Chris has been with the company 20 years and received his degree in Business Administration from Campbell University. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the North Carolina Association of Convenience Stores. Brian Neal is now the Vice President. He attended Methodist University. Brian heads up any compliance issues with the major gasoline brands, controls the maintenance department and handles leasehold improvements. Mary Frances Neal is the companies Director of Operations. After graduating from Fayetteville State University in 1994 with Business Administration degree she came to work with Short Stop. She also serves on the board of the Highlands Chapter of the American Red Cross.

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About Shortstop Convenience Store

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Short Stop Food Marts was founded in the early part on 1971. Vance B. Neal, who visualized the potential growth of the convenience store industry, became its first President on August 1, 1971. Mr. Neal received his B.A. degree in Business and Accounting from Campbell University in 1963. After graduating, Mr. Neal became an auditor with the North Carolina Department of Revenue. Mr. Neal's background in accounting, his attention to detail and his insistence on store cleanliness and merchandising, has allowed this company to become well-respected in the convenience store industry.

In 1985, Short Stop purchased twenty-three (23) E-Z Shop stores in NC. Short Stop Food Marts currently operates 56 stores in Southeastern NC. We maintain an employee base of 320 employees at all times
The present management of Short Stop consists of:

More recently, Short Stop has moved into the 21st century. We have moved some of our branded gasoline locations to our own Short Stop brand of gasoline. This purpose is to help us sell gas at a cheaper retail than the name brands. At the same time, we have updated our logo to reflect our move towards the future. We have taken a hard look at what we need to do at store level to continue to grow our business. By the end of 2009 we will have all 56 locations using our new scanning system registers. All stores by the end of 2009 will have also been updated with the new passports registers.

Short Stop is also known for giving back in the communities that help support them. On a local level Short Stop Food Marts is one of the major sponsors of the Football Jamboree. This program was started in 2003 and in the last five years we have given $75,000 to the participating schools in order to supplement their athletic budgets that they receive each year. Most schools where there is a Short Stop have received this money. We have also for the last two years thrown our annual Short Stop Golf tournament that has given the local chapter of the American Red Cross close to $50,000.

In 2005, Vance Neal semi- retired and turned the company over to his three children. Chris Neal is the CEO of Short Stop. Chris has been with the company 20 years and received his degree in Business Administration from Campbell University. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the North Carolina Association of Convenience Stores. Brian Neal is now the Vice President. He attended Methodist University. Brian heads up any compliance issues with the major gasoline brands, controls the maintenance department and handles leasehold improvements.
Mary Frances Neal is the companies Director of Operations. After graduating from Fayetteville State University in 1994 with Business Administration degree she came to work with Short Stop. She also serves on the board of the Highlands Chapter of the American Red Cross.