MAPCO Unveils Nashville Flagship Store with $10K Community Donation

Posted Oct 18, 2021

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MAPCO celebrates community with donation to Boys & Girls Club of Middle Tennessee local teen club

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Oct. 14, 2021) – MAPCO , the convenience store chain with nearly 340 stores throughout the Southeastern region of the U.S., opened its new flagship location at 4671 Trousdale Drive, serving the Nashville community. The new 5,600 square-foot store — designed to offer a better break for guests with its efficient layout and modern design — is accessible from I-65 North, which takes residents right into the heart of Music City.

MAPCO executives and community leaders honored the grand opening with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, October 14. As part of MAPCO’s ongoing commitment to the communities it serves, the company also donated $10,000 to the Boys & Girls Club of Middle Tennessee (BGCMT) in celebration of the store to support the nonprofit’s mission of education, health and advocacy. MAPCO’s donation will help fund education programming and workforce training for youth in Nashville and surrounding communities.

Attending the ceremony were MAPCO company executives, Nashville Vice Mayor Jim Shulman, Nashville city officials, Nashville Soccer Club’s Vice President of Corporate Partnerships Dan Farrell, and the BGCMT Chief Development Officer Jennifer Wheeler and Director of Resource Development Lucy Shaffer.

“At MAPCO, we are always looking for new ways to do good in the communities we serve and live in, especially in our home city of Nashville,” said Frederic Chaveyriat, chief executive officer at MAPCO. “We are honored to commemorate Nashville’s new flagship MAPCO store with this donation to the Boys & Girls Club of Middle Tennessee, and we look forward to supporting the organization’s efforts as they continue to serve youth throughout the region.”

MAPCO executives donated $10,000 to the Boys and Girls Club of Middle Tennessee in celebration of the flagship store to support the nonprofit’s mission of education, health and advocacy.

The grand opening is part of MAPCO’s continual work to deliver Convenience You Can TRUST® and create a place where guests will enjoy a Better Break as they refresh and recharge at their pace with quality products and services at a value relevant to them. The new store now boasts a modernized design with large windows and tall ceilings for an abundance of natural light and restrooms with spacious functionality. Also included are self-checkout options for guests, indoor and outdoor seating options, and a curved canopy to facilitate the flow in the fueling area, now with 14 fueling stations. Guests can enjoy new programs including an in-store Subway offer, a wide selection of hot and cold grab-and-go-sandwiches, roller grill items, and new beverage offerings, such as additional soda and frozen carbonated options; Fresh Blend machines serving real fruit smoothies, lattes, frappes, shakes and fruit refreshers; bean-to-cup coffee; and an enlarged beer cave and cold vault, complete with an eight-foot wine case.

MAPCO will continue growth in stores across the state of Tennessee to provide high quality fuel, essential products and services to more communities. MAPCO also remains committed to serving customers with best-in-class technology through added convenient offerings such as its MAPCO app, which guests can download from the App Store and Google Play Store for the ability to pay at the pump and inside the store, find their closest MAPCO, get fuel prices for each store, save with the latest MY Reward$ promotion and easily redeem points. Additionally, new Amazon Lockers are now available at 27 MAPCO stores — soon to be added to this flagship store location — and recent company-wide ATM upgrades have equipped each store with a standardized AllPoint system that offers surcharge-free transactions for guests within network.

Nashville guests are invited to join the team at the flagship store for a special Cook-Out event on Friday, October 22, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for a football-tailgate inspired atmosphere, complete with free Johnsonville sausage grilled outdoors and food and beverage offerings from MAPCO’s valued business partners, including Monster. Games and activities will be available for family-friendly fun.

At all MAPCO stores, guests can take advantage of MAPCO’s value-driven MY Reward$ loyalty program. New members enjoy 20¢ off per gallon on their first fill up of gas, and in September and October, customers paying with a MAPCO Better Debit, through MAPCO’s app, will get 10¢ off per gallon. Join MAPCO MY Reward$ by visiting: . As an added benefit this fall, MY Reward$ members are invited to start their weekday mornings with one free any size coffee from 5 a.m. to 8 a.m., available now through November 8, 2021.  

As MAPCO locations continue to operate during the COVID-19 pandemic, all stores employ frequent disinfecting processes, reinforce the use of MAPCO’s touchless payment and self-checkout offerings, encourage social distancing and offer free gloves at the fuel pumps. Additionally, MAPCO is closely following recommendations from the CDC and incentivizing both hourly and full-time team members with paid time-off to get a COVID-19 vaccine when it is available to them.



The MAPCO team of more than 3,200 dedicated employees with a strong commitment to customer service delivers Convenience You Can TRUST® at nearly 340 company-owned convenience and fuel retailing stores. Operating in Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Arkansas, Virginia, Kentucky and Mississippi, MAPCO stores offer a wide array of high-quality products and services. Customers can refresh and recharge with freshly brewed coffee, packaged snacks and drinks, high-quality fuel and special deals through the industry-leading MY Reward$ loyalty program. MAPCO and its subsidiaries also operate a fuel logistics business comprised of more than 100 tankers and a fuel wholesale and fleet group serving more than 125 accounts. MAPCO is a subsidiary of COPEC, a leading South America-based retail company.