Over 270 stores and we continue to grow.
Charles and Emerson Frey open Turkey Hill Minit Markets Store #1 in Lancaster, Pa.
First Turkey Hill Minit Markets logo is developed.
Dave Cook becomes president.
Later that year, corporate offices open in basement of Store #1.
First Slushey machine is installed.
Sandwich and deli program is introduced.
Employee profit sharing program is established.
Pennsylvania Lottery introduced to stores.
Stores begin selling coffee.
Up until 1974, Blue Laws prohibited Sunday sales. On December 19, Turkey Hill Minit Markets wins the right to stay open on Sunday.
Turkey Hill begins operation of the first self-serve gasoline pumps in the state of Pennsylvania.
Slusheys sold year-round.
Present corporate office opens at 257 Centerville Road, Lancaster, Pa.
Stores begins selling hot dogs.
Turkey Hill purchases 36 Louden Hill stores.
100th store opens.
First ATM at a Lancaster County convenience store opens in March.
First 24-hour store begins operation.
Corporate office expands with new addition.
In July, Turkey Hill acquires first 7-Eleven stores.
In August, Turkey Hill Minit Markets is purchased by the Dillon Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Kroger Company.
In December, Turkey Hill purchases six Ideal Markets in Williamsport, Pa.
Credit cards accepted.
Turkey Hill hosts the first Fall Music Fest, now the largest free concert in the state of Pennsylvania.
New logo introduced.
Pay-at-the-Pump is introduced in June at Store #34, Middletown, Pa.
Pre-paid phone cards are introduced.
Dave Cook retires as president.
Jim Leonard becomes new president.
Back office accounting system is installed in all stores.
New logo introduced.
Construction begins on the first of the larger stores, with a stronger emphasis on gas.
Turkey Hill pledges corporate support for the United Way and Children's Miracle Network.
Renovation begins on Centerville office.
Current president, Darel Pfeiff takes the helm.
Turkey Hilda, the corporate mascot, is born!
1st Annual Vendor Show.
Pre-paid cellular phone cards are now available.
Turkey Hill joins Red Cross Disaster Relief in support of the September 11th fund.
Turkey Hill celebrates its 35th birthday.
Pennsylvania Governor Mark Schweiker kicks off Powerball sales.
Corporate Awards Program/Luncheon is reintroduced.
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts are introduced to select stores.
New store image is introduced.
Current logo introduced.
Turkey Hill Gift Cards introduced.
Scanning begins, starting with Store #35.
Turkey Hill opens its first store outside of Pennsylvania in Martinsville, Indiana.
Turkey Hill expands into Ohio.
Turkey Hill introduces the Turkey Hill Rewards Card.