Vixxo Partners With More Than 500 7-Eleven Sunoco Stores

by Katie Lee

Scottsdale, Ariz. — Vixxo, a leader in technology-enabled facility and asset management solutions, has expanded its client roster with the addition of 7-Eleven owned Sunoco stores. Through this partnership, Vixxo will provide maintenance services to more than 500 Sunoco locations on the East Coast.

Vixxo will be responsible for providing overall maintenance for fuel, food and beverage services, HVAC and others to Sunoco retail locations. To support this added growth and ensure exceptional service, Vixxo has expanded its customer service team in Hartford, Conn.

The relationship between the convenience store giant and Vixxo began in 2009 with Vixxo providing reactive and proactive maintenance services across 7-Eleven’s more than 9,300 corporate and franchisee-owned locations in North America. Vixxo proved its ability to deliver top-quality service while achieving excellent operational and cost efficiencies, and business growth and operational requirements propelled the need for additional facilities management support for the global company following 7-Eleven’s acquisition of Sunoco last year.

“Through our longstanding partnership with 7-Eleven and the team’s experience managing multiple trades including fuel, this opportunity was a perfect fit for Vixxo. We have developed solutions that are a custom fit for their brand,” says Jim Reavey, Vixxo’s chief executive officer.

As a result of Vixxo’s continued growth, the company has also recently relocated its Hartford, Conn., office to a revitalized area downtown. In addition to supporting Sunoco, Vixxo will serve Ahold/Alliance and 7-Eleven.

Vixxo is a leading technology-enabled facility and asset management provider for many Fortune 500 clients in the restaurant, retail, convenience and supermarket industries. Based in Scottsdale, Ariz., Vixxo maintains a national network of 150,000 service provider technicians and services over 65,000 client locations. For more information, visit


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