Wisconsin cooperative acquires fuel & convenience store
Medford Cooperative is acquiring the energy and convenience store divisions of Stetsonville Oil.
In a statement, Medford Cooperative CEO and General Manager Chris Piotrowski says the acquisition of Stetsonville Oil will enable Medford Cooperative to gain better buying power with suppliers while providing increased service to customers.
The purchase of the energy and convenience store businesses is expected to be completed this month. Stetsonville Oil’s tire and auto business is not part of the sale and will soon be operating in a new location.
Medford Cooperative includes seed, grain, and crop protection and energy services for agriculture, Cenex branded convenience stores in Medford, Rib Lake and Phillips, County Market grocery stores in Medford and Adams-Friendship, and an Ace Hardware store in Medford.