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Cenex® has recently awarded Town & Country Supply Association convenience stores with the summer 2021 Cenex STAR Stores awards.

“Our staff worked very hard for their scores, and it does not go unnoticed,” said Cathy Culp, the division manager for Town & Country Supply Association’s convenience stores and casinos. “It takes diligence and work ethic to get a perfect score on these inspections. I am proud of our staff to have made these achievements and I appreciate all they do.”

Cenex mystery shoppers awarded Town & Country stores located in Laurel (315 1st Ave. South and 817 West Main Street) perfect scores for excellence in brand image requirements, cleanliness, safety, and customer service. In addition, the Billings store (523 Hilltop Road) earned a 95.7 percent, while the Hardin store (1223 N. Crawford Ave.) earned 95.9 percent. The Star Store distinction is based on a 100 percent overall scores from Cenex’s Retail Excellence Daily (RED) Inspection.

This is not the first time Town & Country convenience stores have earned these awards. Town & Country stores in Billings, Bridger, Hardin, and Laurel have earned several STAR Stores designations between 2017 and 2021.

About Town & Country Supply Association

Town & Country Supply Association is a member-owned agronomy, energy, and retail co-operative based in southeastern Montana. With roots dating back to 1930, Town & Country was incorporated in 1997, with the merging of the Laurel Co-op Association and the Co-op Service Center in Billings. Town & Country continued to grow with the addition of the Farmers Union Association of Big Horn County in 2009.

T&C helps farmers and ranchers manage input costs, maximize production, and achieve higher profitability. T&C is committed to providing patrons and customers with high-quality products, superior in-field services, and access to the latest agricultural technology. T&C encompasses four divisions – Agronomy, Energy, Farm & Ranch, Supply, and C-Stores. Its trade region covers southeastern and southcentral Montana, as well as northern Wyoming.