Before contacting us, read through the frequently asked questions below. They answer some of the common questions we are asked regarding our branding opportunities.
Who supplies the gasoline?
Pacific Convenience & Fuels supplies the gasoline to both Fee-Operators and Dealers, using one of the fuel brands we work with.
What gasoline brands do you offer supply agreements with?
We offer branding opportunities for Conoco in Colorado and Texas or 76 in California, Oregon and Washington.
As a Fee Operator, do I have to supply a security deposit?
Yes. Fee-operators can supply the deposit as either a cash deposit or as a surety bond.
How much will I need to invest initially to acquire a fee operation?
Typically you will invest between $100,000 and $300,000 depending on the size of the store.
What does the initial investment include?
The purchase of the equipment and existing inventory inside the store.
Who sets the gasoline prices?
Pacific Convenience & Fuels.
Who pays the credit card fees?
Who pays for utilities at the store?
The fee-operator. In many cases, we have separately metered the fuel equipment and in those cases Pacific Convenience & Fuels will pay the fuel portion, while the fee-operator pays the balance.
Who maintains the landscaping?
Who maintains the equipment inside the store?
Is my spouse required to be on the lease also?
What type of information will PC&F provide about the location?
Can I purchase the land that the business is on?
No. Pacific Convenience & Fuels maintains ownership of the land and the building.