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QuikTrip Corporate Office Address

QuikTrip
4705 S. 129th East Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74134

Contact QuikTrip

Phone Number: (918) 615-7700
Fax Number: (918) 615-7377
Website: http://www.quiktrip.com
Email: Email QuikTrip

Executives

CEO: Chester Cadieux III
CFO: Sandi Westbrook
COO: Chris Truesdell

QuikTrip History

Chester Cadieux opened the first QuikTrip in Tulsa in 1958 with a $16,000 loan. The first QuikTrip stocked limited groceries and charged a high price for the convenience.

QuikTrip was successful and Cadieux quickly reached and passed his goal of opening 10 more stores in the Tulsa area. In 1971 QuikTrip began to sell self-service gasoline.

In 1980 QuikTrip introduced its own private label of gasoline, Redline. At the same time the company began to introduce larger stores in high-traffic areas and canopies over the self-service gas pumps to protect customers from the wind and rain.

In the mid-1980’s QuikTrip expanded to St Lious and Atlanta, and to Dallas-Fort Worth in Phoenix in 2000.

Starting in the 1990’s, the company faced increasing competition from oil companies, who began to add convenience stores to their gas stations. One example is the Star Markets at Texaco stations. This competition eventually led to a decrease in the price of gasoline in 1993, which reduced the profit margin on gasoline but garnered volume sales for the company.

Today QuikTrip has almost 700 stores in the Midwest and Southern United States. The company has 13,000 employees and had $10.77 billion in revenue in 2012.

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Darrell Anthony August 5, 2017 at 8:47 pm

Sorry to see the 3 color “Hot Cup” high recognition profile design replaced with the 1 color low recognition profile. Also, cup seem less rigid and hotter to the touch. Almost want to double cup. Less cost, I guess. More profit. Less satisfied customer though.
Thanks.

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Ronald Rincon June 29, 2017 at 11:48 am

If QT is building a new QT on the westside of Fort Worth, there are many westside residents who are willing to BEG that it be located at I-30 and Chapel Creek. In our opinion this is a much better location for all concerned than I-30 and Las Vegas Trail. PLEASE!

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Garfield Norris January 31, 2017 at 11:26 am

QT, Marietta Corp. Office
Human Resources Office

This complaint is being submitted against Jason Mellman, an employee and agent of the QT corporation, who while on duty and during his work hours at QT on 41 used his position and QT products, i.e. free gas; as well as illicit narcotics to obtain favor and gain my trust under false pretence. Allowing me to pump gas into my vehicle on three (3) consecutive occasions free of charge. Which was all a part of him maintaining his drug addiction to Methamphetamine and Marijuana. Being in a financially desperate position, he persuaded me to allow him to sell a valuable and sentimental item I owned on his ebay account. After hearing nothing for two (2) months I asked him for the money he promised me from the sale of this item. In response, Mr. Mellman stated that he never sent the item off and that if I’m going to be a dick about it that he’d then demand payment for the free gas he allowed me and drugs. In response I stated to him that his action and behavior is indicative and similar to that of a drug addict, advising him to immediately return my property and seek help. He refuses. As such I summit this complaint for full reimbursement in the amount of  $2500, less $75 for gas and other product for which he claims I owe for a total of  $2,425.

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Phillip Hill October 21, 2016 at 4:57 am

Salutations,

Amidst a vast array of various litigation that I am responsible for and while trying to coordinate time allotted for a family event. I found myself this past July 2016 having to attend to the needs of family member and business partner. Children were put at risk, a great deal of my time was reallocated causing me undue distress, and my family member and business partner was subjected to the perils of an interaction with the local police.

Your employees filed a false report with the local police. It is no longer a good faith report when the details of the report are fabricated to elicit a more immediate and/or stronger response from the police. What they could not understand is the person on which the false report was filed is connected to someone (myself) that is venomously litigious upon provocation. What also could not be foreseen is the report was filed with a police department that another relative works for as an officer and that both myself and that relative are relatives of a national news hubs business manager that has ties to all local news stations across the U. S. under their umbrella.

This is an opportunity for your company to right a wrong before I seek damages in a court of law. You can have a representative from your office contact me at 214-450-XXXX. At which point I will provide you additional details regarding this matter. I always seek to resolve matters amicably and to a mutual benefit; however, if we cannot I will seek justice in the court of law.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely

P. C. Hill

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Pam Johnson June 16, 2016 at 5:01 pm

My Name is Pam Johnson and I am employed at Logoed Apparel & Promotions in West Des Moines, Iowa. We offer Embroidery, Screen Printing services and Promotional items to companies and businesses. We also have an extensive line of quality apparel such as Under Armour, Nike, Cutter & Buck, Foot Joy and many more. We also offer safety apparel, lab coats, scrub tops and bottoms, coffee cups, pens, dress shirts, t-shirts or whatever your needs are. We have it all!
We also have a sister company, Langel & Woods Clothiers, that has custom suits, dress shirts, ties and anything else to keep you looking great!
I would love to help you and your staff with any needs that may come up or maybe something your current provider just can’t get for you or can’t do it in your needed time frame. Our turn around time is fast and I can deliver right to your door or office.
I can show any new items you might be interested in, suggest items or even bring you samples to touch and feel to make sure it is what you are looking for and are happy with.
Please let me know if there is anything at all I can do to help, whether you need 1 item or 100! You can count on us to make you look professional!
Customer satisfaction is our #1 priority! We want you to be completely happy with our products and services. We don’t want to be the biggest, just the best!
Please contact me with any questions you may have or to set up an appointment.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Thank you!

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LRHog June 3, 2016 at 1:53 pm

LOVE the signage designs at your Broken Arrow and Tulsa stores!

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Donna January 7, 2016 at 12:24 am

Be aware that some representations made by “best places to work” and other sites are from store employees. Keep that in mind when considering working for the corporate offices.

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bette moore April 14, 2015 at 6:55 pm

I volunteer at VSNA , Volunteer Nonprofit Service association. We are in our 60th year of accepting donated books and book related items and then selling them at a yearly sale to make money for charities. We support the literacy volunteers of Maricopa who teach adults over 16 to read. Also Friends of Foster Children Foundation that gives foster children things they normall would not get such as bikes, field trips, etc.
Three times a year we have to move our boxes packed with books into storage. We are blessed to have free work from the trustees of Alhambra prison. Because they work so darn hard, we provide them with a home cooked dinner. They leave the prison before breakfast and in years past have been served sweet rolls, donuts, fruit, etc to eat. I would like to give them some protein.
The reason for this letter is to request a $50 gift card donation for breakfast sandwiches or breakfast pizza or the food themselves. Our 501(c)3 number is 86-6053762 and everything you donate is tax deductible. We would so appreciate any help you may give us.
Thank you
Bette M. Moore
VNSA
PO Box 32533
Phoenix Az 85064

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Bob Telford August 12, 2015 at 4:36 am

Quiet being so greedy on gas prices ck OKC always cheaper you are going loose customers

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Gene April 4, 2015 at 2:16 pm

would like for you to bring back your egg roll. It is one of the better products you sold. Would buy 2-4 each time went in, that was 2-3 times a week just for egg rolls. Stop there every day for a drink, some times more a day. Please respond to request. Thank you Gene

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QT April 15, 2015 at 5:30 pm

If you were stopping in multiple times a day for a drink and 4 eggrolls, it’s probably a good thing they stopped selling them!

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Alex March 27, 2015 at 4:40 pm

Was just at your store in Fort Worth, Texas (South Freeway & Everman) after waiting in line at the pump, I get cut off twice. So I pulled up to be next one of the store workers come out and told me I needed to move…. after telling him I was skipped twice and just didn’t want to get skipped again…he then looked around and said ” well you’re over the fire lane, you need to move and he didn’t care if I was skipped.” I’ve been filling out company truckes up for years and never had a problem. After hearing he didn’t care I will be taking our business else were. I will be sure to let our company know so all our trucks can pick another place to fill up.

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al March 21, 2015 at 8:13 pm

Store @ 2042 Fairburn Rd
Douglasville, GA 30135

Hi,
I visited your store for a fuel stop on 3/21/15 around 7:00pm. It seems like you have a customary culture of greeting customers as they come in as a show of appreciation for patronizing your establishment as opposed to Race Trac or other gas stations that don’t always do that. Here in Douglasville at the Fairburn Road exit, we have the QT I visited and a Race Trac that is less than a mile from the QT though the Race Trac is actually closer to my home. I frequent the QT because of the usual “hello” and “come back and see us” interactions which are nice when I get them. There is this young girl that worked here today which incidentally also worked at the one on Chapel Hill Road. Today I noticed I didn’t get the usual greeting you guys are known for when I visit. From the last couple of visits to the Chapel Hill Rd store she was in there and I was put off by her lack of enthusiasm. I brushed it off but still remembered how she behaved. It makes a difference in how you say something as opposed to what you say. This girl has an interesting way of delivering your company’s message of “nice to see you, thanks for choosing us”. This visit stood out as I remembered her from the Chapel Hill Rd store. I walked in, made eye contact and she looked away and didn’t say a word but I noticed she was greeting everyone else that walked in after me. I don’t remember her name but I believe it may be Sabrina, Savannah, something close to that. Maybe she’s shy I don’t know but it would be an interesting characteristic to have in customer service. Maybe you guys give them the freedom to greet. Not sure. Not sure if this is even a “concern” for anyone. Hope I didn’t upset anyone.

Have a good one.

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bette moore March 8, 2015 at 5:48 pm

I am a volunteer for VSNA, a non-profit organization that collects and resells books at an annual sale. This year we had over 500,000 books, CD;s, DVD;s, to sell. We are all volunteers and most of us are retirees. The money we raise goes to charities. The two major charities are Literacy Volunteers of Maricopa who teach adults to read and Friends of Foster Children Foundation.
Three times a year we have to move our packed boxes to storage. We are blessed to have free help from the trustees from Alhambra Prison. Because we are so grateful for their hard work that we provide them with a home cooked meal.
The reason for this letter is a request for a $100 gift card to be used for food and paper products or the items themselves. As a non-profit organization we need to keep our expenses as low as possible. All donations are tax deductible. Our 501 (c) 3 number is #86-6053762.
Thank you so much for your time and consideration. If you have any questions, I am at your service.

Bette M. Moore]
623-293-****
b****@yahoo.com

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QT April 15, 2015 at 5:25 pm

This is not a QT owned, operated or managed website. Not sure why all of you are posting here.

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MOSES February 3, 2015 at 8:25 pm

I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHY YOU GUYS SELL MONEY ORDERS AND THEN DON’T CASH THEM. THEY HAVE YOUR LOGO ON THE FRONT OF THEM. BUT IS NOT GOOD TO CASH AT YOUR OWN STORE. WHAT KIND OF SERVICE IS THAT. AND KNOW OTHER STORE’S WILL CASH THEM EITHER. IF YOU CAN’T CASH THEM DON’T SELL THEM.

MOSES

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QT April 15, 2015 at 5:26 pm

Go to a bank genius!

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Destiney January 8, 2015 at 11:19 am

As a customer that buys food from the qts in broken arrow i would like to see experation dates on qt kitchen food products not julian dates. Speacking for myself i will not be buying food products made by qt kitchen until it does change.

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christina February 9, 2015 at 10:25 am

Hello there. My name is christina , and i work at the qt facility that produces and packages the qt kitchen food items for your area. I just wanted to inform you that the majority of the julian dates you see, are in fact expiration dates as well. I know the breakfast sandwiches have the date in which they are produced, but all the product i run have expiratin dates as julian dates. Please forgive me if you are already aware of this, but the first 3 numbers represent the line they were produced on and the last 3 are the julian date/ expiration. (The number of days into the year [Jan. 1 = 001, Feb. 1 =032, and so on]). Hope that gives you alittle more insight.

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Phil Moore December 4, 2014 at 12:58 am

To whom it may concern,

Please have someone from your real estate department to contact me. I have some great sites here in Eastern North Carolina for a QuikTrip.

Thanks,

Phil Moore
Moore Leasing Company
252-945-****

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Dawn Oates August 26, 2014 at 3:45 pm

I would like to say that my family and I love to shop at QT!!!! We like everything about the stores from the items offered inside, the professional, helpful and courteous staff, cleanliness and the gas station out front. We look forward to shopping at QT and we have even made trips to various QT’s just for snacks, drinks etc. Having said all that, it would be WONDERFUL to have a QT in the Travelers Rest or Marietta areas of South Carolina. The one nearest to us is on Hwy 25 in the Berea area. Would you ever consider coming up our way? Hwy 25 runs through Travelers Rest and Hwy 276 runs through Marietta toward NC. We have a great deal of traffic up our way and people come through our area to enjoy outdoor activities, leaf watching in the fall, etc. I believe that you could have a good business in a location in either (or both) of these areas.

Thanks for listening and thanks for the great stores and great service.

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Joyce Brinck August 11, 2014 at 6:29 pm

I see an need for a QT in the area above Travelers Rest SC on HWY 25. There is a SPINX in Travelers Rest, SC already but if a QT were to go in above Travelers Rest it would get alot of Transfer Trucks to stop along with countless people that regular come down to Travelers Rest SC, from NC to get their gas. There is a piece of property on HWY 25 with alot of road frontage it about 8 acres total. I think the person is asking 500,000 for the property. I would love to see QT come up to this area.

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