FuelBros has previously specialized in the development and operations of gas stations and convenience stores in the Las Vegas market. The company has acquired and rehabbed or developed and then sold over 40 locations in the last 12 years.
FuelBros is an active operator of convenience stores and travel centers in several markets. They are currently operating 13 Conoco-branded C&G assets in the Las Vegas Metro area. The partnership is able to purchase unbranded fuel and sell it under a licensing agreement with Phillips 66, Gulf, Sunoco, 76 and Conoco and access the Conoco credit card network. They currently supply over one million gallons per month to 32 locations.
There is also a pipeline of 20 new sites that will open during 2023, 2024 and 2025.
This expansion includes gas stations + convenience stores and travel centers in Nevada, Arizona, Colorado and Kansas. FuelBros is the new identity for this collection of low price/high service gas stations, convenience stores and Travel Centers.
How it Started
The FuelBros are Guy Madmen and Val Amiel. Guy and Val’s first endeavor together was A-Trans Logistics, a sub-carrier for UPS and FedEx. After growing the business to over 50 trucks across 4 major cities, they sold the business for a healthy profit in 2007.
In 2008 they bought a run-down New Jersey gas station/deli. Starting from these humble circumstances and showing the work ethic that had led to past success, they built this one location into 37 stations and four delivery trucks with a staff of over 200 people.
Following the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, the pair re-located to Las Vegas in 2014 and began LV Petroleum. In only seven years, the duo has grown this business to 17 locations across greater Las Vegas and Arizona with plans to add many more.
His industry expertise has been instrumental in the following areas: converting failing gas stations into profitable enterprises, site selection for new station builds, and architectural layout and design plans. Over the past 15 years, he has managed over 55 sites and has been responsible for over 500 employees.
As a seasoned professional with more than 30 years of retail management and operational experience, Quyntyn is known for driving employee development/advancement, maximizing operational excellence, and delivering financial performance. Quyntyn most recently worked as a District Manager for Travel Centers of America, reporting to the Vice President of Operations where he led sales, merchandising and retail operations for his stores. There, Quyntyn worked with the truck service operation team to develop strong operational and merchandising strategies, manage a variety of brands, and control food costs for the food operation team.
Prior to his work at Travel Centers of America, Quyntyn worked for Mattress Firm, TJX Corporation, CompUSA and Frito Lay.
From 2019-2022, Jeanette served as the Regional Brands Manager for Eastern United States, Construction and Development Manager for multiple brands, and Director of Operations of 13 different QSR brands within 107 locations in 12 states. As Director of Operations, she increased the portfolio to include 3 additional QSR franchise brands.
In September 2022, Jeanette left her 28-year career and joined the LV Petroleum team in Las Vegas, Nevada as their Vice President of Food and Franchise Brands. She will be partnering with the SVP of Operations, Quyntyn Johnson, to operate and lead the construction and development of Del Taco, Sbarro Pizza, Charley’s Cheesesteaks, Einstein Bros. Bagels, Black Bear Diner, Krispy Krunchy Chicken, Rally’s Checkers, Dunkin Donuts, and KFC in multiple C-store and truck stop locations.