Kum & Go to expand in Idaho

DES MOINES, Iowa— Kum & Go LC will enter the Idaho market with a set of Boise-area stores opening in 2023, the Des Moines, Iowa-based convenience chain announced. The company plans to open 20 to 25 stores in the Boise market over the next five years.

“We are targeting the entire city and surrounding communities,” company spokeswoman Emily Hecker said. CSP Daily News.

Kum & Go, expanding to Utah and Michigan later this year, has a widespread presence in the Midwest and West, with more than 400 convenience stores in 11 states.

“Kum & Go is thrilled to bring a new perspective to the idea of ​​immediate consumption in Boise. We are committed to leveraging the latest technology, products and innovation to deliver the quality, value and service our customers deserve every We look forward to bringing our passion and purpose of making days better to the Boise area,” said CEO Tanner Krause.

“We are thrilled to introduce the Mountain West region to the Kum & Go brand with this move to Boise,” said Niki Mason, senior vice president of store development. “Boise’s rich history, culture and rapid growth aligns with our long-term plans for continued store expansion and improvement. We are excited to begin serving and connecting with the Boise community.

In 2010, Kum & Go became the world’s only convenience store certified under the Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) volume program with 109 buildings now holding LEED certification.

Kum & Go also recently launched a new menu at select stores featuring fresh food made to order and in partnership with premium coffee brand BLK & Bold.

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