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Convenient Food Mart average salary is $31,200, median salary is $31,200 with a salary range from $31,200 to $31,200.
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31,200
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31,200
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31,200
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Retail Store Manager 31,200-31,200 Chicago, IL, 60601 2010 Convenient Food Mart Retail Store Manager Salaries (1)
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  • Convenient Food Mart
  • Industry: Grocery
  • City: Mentor, OH
  • William J. Bresler and Walter R. Schaub founded Convenient Food Mart, one of the first and one of the best convenience store chains, in Chicago in 1958. Their idea was to provide customers a supermarket in miniature, which would be located in the customer¡¯s neighborhood and perhaps owned by one of the neighbors. The new store they envisioned would be open seven days a week, from early morning until late at night or 24 hours a day.We think the choice is clear. A CFM franchise offers you an ideal way to realize your dreams of independence and the opportunity for