September 10, 2022 - 8:46 pm - Posted in News

Ankeny, Iowa — The Ankeny-based Casey’s convenience store chain reported a strong first quarter this past week, in a report to investors.

Casey’s President and CEO, Darren Rebelez, says total revenue was up across the board as the pandemic recovery continues.

Casey’s gross profit was nearly 724 million dollars in the first quarter — an increase of more than 100 million dollars from the prior year. Rebelez says the increased traffic help increase sales.

Sales of their pizza slices were up close to 29 percent in the quarter. Fuel gallons sold were up nine percent with the fuel margin of 35-point-one cents per gallon. Breakfast sales were a key area where the company saw a bounce back.

He says supply chain issues and inflation continue to be issues they face.

He says the supply chain issues don’t appear to be getting better.

The company has Casey’s convenience stores located in communities throughout northwest Iowa.

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