Enmarket Donates 500 Gallons of Diesel Fuel to Assist in Bryan County Tornado Cleanup

(Bryan County, GA) Enmarket, Savannah’s largest convenience store chain, has donated 500 gallons of diesel fuel to assist the residents of north Bryan County with cleanup efforts following last week’s devastating tornado destruction in areas around Pembroke and Black Creek. Enmarket partnered with Badger Rental Services to help fuel fleets of trucks, tractors and construction equipment provided by volunteers helping clean up trees and storm debris.

Savannah-based Enmarket Announces New President, Matt Clements

(SAVANNAH, Ga.) Enmarket, Savannah’s largest convenience store chain, has announced that Matt Clements has been appointed as its new president. Clements will take over for Brett Giesick, who had served in the position since 2017 and was recently named chief operating officer for Colonial Group, Inc., the Savannah-based group of companies that includes Enmarket.

Enmarket Charity Classic raises $180,000 for charity

(SAVANNAH, Ga.) The Enmarket Charity Classic returned March 31, raising a total of $180,000 to be split evenly between the 200 Club of the Coastal Empire and Make-a-Wish Georgia.

This was the third presentation of the annual Enmarket Charity Classic, which is part of the company’s sponsorship of the Club Car Championship at The Landings Club. More than 250 golfers took part in the charity tournament this year.

Enmarket storefront at the JA Colonial Group Discovery Center cuts ribbon

(SAVANNAH, Ga.) As Savannah’s largest convenience store chain and one that continues to grow, ribbon-cuttings are not that unusual for Enmarket. But earlier this month, the store observed a ribbon-cutting unlike any other in its history. The facility the ceremony opened was not a regular store, but instead was a storefront inside the Junior Achievement Colonial Group Discovery Center at the Armstrong campus of Georgia Southern University.

A Powerful Partnership: Enmarket and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Fight Blood Cancer Together

(SAVANNAH, GA) For the 9th year, locally owned Enmarket continued its partnership with the Georgia – South Carolina Region of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Light The Night® campaign. Enmarket launched its company-wide initiative in September across Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina by encouraging its customers to donate at check-out to benefit LLS. The 2021 campaign in September raised over $125,000 to help in the fight against blood cancers. Brett Giesick, President of Enmarket, and Matt Clements, Vice President of Marketing, presented local LLS staff with a check on October 27.

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