Where is Speedway Corporate office Headquarters

Speedway Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 500 Speedway Dr, Enon, OH 45323, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 937-864-3000
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 40,000
  • Established: 1997
  • Founder: N/A
  • Key People: Tony Kenney, (President)

Speedway Headquarters Location & Directions

Speedway Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Dave Heppner

Vice President of Operations

Mark Watson

Chief of Fire Department

Stan Rose

National Account Management Representative

About Speedway, History and Headquarters Information

History

Speedway was founded in the year 2011. The company has been operational for eight years now. The former name of the company was Speedway 79. In the year 1959, the company was purchased by Ohio Oil Company (currently known as Marathon) and converted all the company outlets to its brand name as well. The name of the stores was then changed to Speedway from just Speedway 79.

In the year 1997, Marathon collaborated with Ashland Petroleum and formed the Marathon Ashland Petroleum LLC, where Marathon owned 62 per cent of the company and the rest owned by Ashland. The convenience stores of both Ashland and Speedway merged, forming Speedway SuperAmerica LLC, in the year 1998. In the year 2012, the company had acquired Gas America store chain, taking over 88 stores in the various locations in the process. As of the year 2018, the company had acquired Super America as well as 78 Express Mart stores as well - all being re-branded to Speedway. The headquarters of the company is based in 500 Speedway Drive. The name of the place is Enon, while the name of the state is Ohio, USA. The pin code of the area is 45323.

About

Speedway is an American retail store chain company that focuses on providing offline stores for purchase of gasoline and other convenience products as well. The current president of the company is Tony Kenney. As of the year 2015, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $19,690 million. The company currently has its presence in over 2,800 locations, all over the USA. As of 2014, the number of employees working at the company was more than 35,400.

Services

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have the retail presence to purchase various kinds of products offered by the company's convenience stores. The company also offers its customers to buy gasoline as well, via their retail outlets as well. It is the second largest retail chain of convenience stores and gas stations, in the USA.

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  • Gary says:

    I walk into Seedway in Macedonia,ohio 755 E.Aurora one of the employee’s had a Black Lives Matter hat on this is not only not the uniform but very offensive and racist to myself and many customer’s. Please make sure this disgusting hat is NOT to displayed in your stores.

     
  • Bruce says:

    I enter your store with my wife and we both had to use the restrooms. The mens restroom was not cleaned. Disgusting. The ladies restroom was locked. My wife was waiting to get in to the ladies. She finally went up to the clerks. They told her it was out of order. No sign was on door. Were regular customers to this store. We found out there is mostly all females that work at this store. They keep the door locked all the time and is only used by the females that work there. This is totally wrong. This store needs to get looked into by a another female corporate office worker. They need to be reported. You have public restrooms. No other stores do this of Speedway. The store is on 6332 North dale Maybry in Tampa, Florida. Please secret shop this store. This is wrong for what this store is doing. If I dont see a difference in a week. I will report this to the local news station. Thank you.

     
  • Jerry Johnson says:

    The parking lot area at your store at 900 Brook Forest Dr. in Shorewood Illinois, is absolutely atrocious.
    I wrote you over a year ago about this situation and was told that the manager must submit work requests. The manager assures me that numerous work requests have been submitted.
    These work requests resulted in about one-fifth of the lot being patched.
    The people who work at this location take pride in their place of employment. It’s pretty hard to take pride in such a mess.
    I myself have a disability that makes it difficult to walk on uneven surfaces. Your parking lot is an accident waiting to happen for me. And, if it rains, you need hip waders to keep your feet dry.
    I don’t want to go anywhere else as the employees there are always courteous and helpful.
    It might be a good idea to fix this situation before it becomes a lawsuit.

     
  • Anthony C Greene says:

    To: Tony Kenney, (President),
    On May 10,2021 at around 2:15 AM I stopped at the Speedway (Store 6674) on Cleveland Dr. South Bend. IN and filled up. Mind you there are tow gas stations at that exit, Speedway and Pilot. After filling up I went inside and fixed a coffee refill in my 32 oz blue Speedway cup. I went to the counter to complete the trans action, gave the lady my card on my phone in my speedway app. and it did not give me the option to pay for it with points. I have over 286,000 Speedway points so I inquired why that option did not come up and she did not know (she was clearly a new employee). She asked the other woman working and she tried could not get the points option to come up. She told me that I would have to pay cash for the refill. I told her that I had not even brought anything else into the store because I had planned to use my points for the coffess and showed her on my app where I had over 286,000 points. The woman told me that if I did not have cash to pay for the refill to pour it out. That’s correct, she told me a loyal Speedway customer to pout the coffee out (it was clearly in my speedway cup). Considering the lengths that Speedway go to promote customer loyalty I was shocked at this woman’s attitude. You can believe the next time that I get off at that exit for fuel, I will go to the Pilot station

     
  • Lisa says:

    The Speedway stores in Cortez Co. have the worst management EVER! They are “cliqueish” in their hiring & firing. If you take pride in the job and work diligent you get written up for lame things. Top CEO need to come in and regulate these ego tripping day managers that squeeze the balls of general managers with lies, misleading untrue write ups getting people fired. Huge turnover in employees. This is a blatant disregard of service to our community and I will encourage everyone I know to head to Maverick with their business. A visit from the Corporate need to happen. I suggest anyone from out the Four Corners Region. Your business is a result of the patrons.
    LL

     
  • Karen A. Foster says:

    Was very upset when I went into your Speedway Store #9318 in Bloomfield, NM today. It was around 8 a.m. when I went in for a newspaper. I entered store wearing a mask, saw the posting on the door saying face masks were ordered by the govenor of NM. I saw two men walk in behind me, no masks. A man walked in behind them a few seconds later, no mask. As I was leaving, two more men came in, used the hand sanitizer by the side of the door, but did not make an effort to go get a mask. About 12 steps from the door is a display with gloves and facemasks, but they didn’t even give it a second look. I wear a mask as it’s mandated by our state. I want to see COVID coming under control and stop being spread.

    I’d like to request that in the state of New Mexico, since face masks are required in public, that you put a larger sign on the door, or a large stand up sign right outside your locations. Sign could read “No Mask, No Service” or “No Entry Without Mask”. Something larger that can be seen from a distance may help. Also, move the mask display right to the door entry, so they can be grabbed easily.

    I appreciate your help with this matter. I have been visiting this store regularly, long before it became a Speedway and would like to continue. COVID is a major health concern in New Mexico and know you will help in slowing the spread.

     
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