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Bradley Chivington

Sr. Vice President Retail
High's Stores

Brad Chivington is the Senior Vice President of Retail for Highs & Carroll Motor Fuels with over 30 years of experience in the Foodservice, Retail and Convenience Industries. Serving in this role since 2017, Brad leads the Company’s operation of all retail units: High’s stores, Carroll Motor Fuel sites and Carroll Clean Car Wash. Carroll Motor Fuels is a leader in the Mid-Atlantic region with 60 plus company operated Highs locations, 300 plus branded dealer locations, 2,000 plus commercial accounts a comprehensive fuel purchasing, sales, and distribution network.  The Highs Carroll Motor Fuel Enterprise employs 900 employees.

Brad is an accomplished industry marketing and operations executive.   During his career he has held many positions that included Operations, Merchandising, Marketing, Food Service, Recruiting & Training and Administration. His experience and advancement have taken him from 7-Eleven, Clark Retail, Travel Centers of America, FasMart GPM, Turkey Hill Kroger, to his present position with Highs & Carroll Motor Fuels.  He has successfully led many teams and project initiatives some of which are:  food service development and expansion, store design, branding, remodel initiatives, loyalty program development, operations, car wash, acquisitions, training program development, team building and succession development, site optimization as well as, sales & marketing plan creation and implementation.   From the strategic design and planning to the tactical implementation and follow up, you will find that Brad has effectively set the standard of “excellence” within each of these organizations.  

Brad holds a bachelor’s degree in business from Trinity International University.  He is a graduate of the NACS Executive Leadership program from Cornell.  He currently serves and has served on several convenience store industry advisory councils.  He sits on the board for Pennsylvania Adult and Teen Challenge, a faith-based substance abuse recovery program.  He has been married to his wife Claire for 39 years and they have two adult children and a rescue Doberman Pinscher “Nina”.  They reside in the beautiful county of Lancaster PA. 

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Designing the Next Generation of Convenience Store Formats

Today's convenience store model traces its roots back to the merging of fuel and convenience retailing in the 1980s and 1990s. As retailers look to a future where convenience is less defined...