One Stop, a West Virginia based chain of convenience stores, has over 40 stores across the state, 7 of which are in Charleston and 9 around the greater Charleston area. Open 24 hours a day, One Stop aims to provide everything a customer would need from fuel to household necessities to hot meals at reasonable prices.
What sets One Stop apart from other convenience stores is its connection with the community. For One Stop, it’s not enough to provide the convenience to the consumer — they also give back to the community. In 2010, One Stop made several significant contributions to Charleston and the state of West Virginia.
One Stop, with help from the ExxonMobil Educational Alliance Program, was able to secure education grants for 15 schools in West Virginia, including secondary schools in Kanawha, Cabell, Raleigh, and Jackson counties.
In Charleston, One Stop commissioned a 75-foot-long mural behind its store at the corner of Washington Street East and Greenbrier Street. Designed and painted by Jeff Pierson and Tyrone Scott, the mural features members of the community who had already left us.
One Stop also participates in food drives. In November 2010, One Stop participated in the Give and Win Food Drive 2010. Five Charleston stores were designated drop off points, where donations are received.
To locate a One Stop store nearest you or to know the latest discounts and promotions, visit the One Stop website at www.onestopwv.com.