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LODI, NJ-Convenience story chains Quick Chek, 7-Eleven and Wawa have identified northern New Jersey as a growth market and have been aggressively opening stores in the region to take advantage of what they say are very favorable demographics.

“We want to build our stores in the path of people with active lifestyles, people on the go,” says Dean Durling, chief executive officer and chairman of Quick Chek. “We want to be in the path of people going to work, coming from work, lunch time. If we are, then the store takes care of itself.”

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