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Stores include new design with updated menus, made-to-order food options and more

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Oct. 7, 2020)—Nashville, Tenn.-based convenience store brand Twice Daily and White Bison Coffee opened two integrated locations in Middle Tennessee this fall at 8064 Horton Highway in Arrington and 522 Waldron Road in La Vergne. Owned by Tri Star Energy, both locations debuted a new store design and extended menu offerings.

“Our new store design is a commitment to our guests as we continue to provide quality convenience with updated technology,” said Steve Hostetter, CEO of Tri Star Energy. “Our new integrated stores will be the first Twice Daily and White Bison Coffee locations in Arrington and La Vergne, making them the first communities to experience our new look. We look forward to bringing our new design to additional markets in the near future.”

As part of the new design, the Twice Daily portion of the locations include expanded food service teams and enhanced technology at each location. White Bison Coffee features new menu items, including breakfast sandwiches such as Sausage, Egg & Cheddar Ciabatta, Ham, Egg & Swiss Avocado Pretzel and Avocado Bagel. The locations also include White Bison Coffee drive-thru windows, allowing guests the convenience of ordering great coffee without ever leaving their car.

Living out the company’s mission of “Building Lasting Relationships by Serving Our Community,” the Twice Day Thrive program donated trees to the Williamson County and La Vergne Parks and Recreation departments to be planted at Osburn Park Soccer Complex in Arrington and Lake Forest Park and Veteran’s Memorial Park in La Vergne.

Committed to reducing carbon emissions throughout Middle Tennessee, Twice Daily launched its Thrive program in 2018 as the first sustainability program of its kind in Tennessee. Specifically designed to help improve community support and the environment, Thrive locally plants trees every time someone fills up at a Twice Daily location.


In addition, White Bison Coffee provided a monetary donation to Safe Haven Family Shelter to assist with efforts to house and support families experiencing homelessness.

The Twice Daily/White Bison Coffee concept combines convenience and quality with Twice Daily’s convenience store and White Bison Coffee’s artisan coffee beverages and fresh, handcrafted café menu.

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About Tri Star Energy:

Nashville, Tenn.-based Tri Star Energy is one of the Mid-South’s premier convenience retailers. Founded in 2000, the company owns and operates Twice Daily and Sudden Service convenience stores and supplies fuel to wholesale channels of trade in 14 states. The company also owns premium coffee brand White Bison Coffee, which includes locations throughout Middle Tennessee and Northern Alabama. Tri Star Energy has been recognized as one of Nashville’s Top Workplaces by The Tennessean in 2018, 2019 and just recently in 2020 and was voted the #8 Top Private Company by the Nashville Business Journal in 2018.

About Twice Daily:

Twice Daily is dedicated to delivering fast, friendly service, a fresh all-day menu and quality convenience products to busy people on the go. Locally owned and operated by Tri Star Energy, Twice Daily has been serving Middle Tennessee communities since 2011 and has also expanded to the Northern Alabama market. Twice Daily was ranked #3 in GasBuddy’s Q2 2019 Top 101 Fuel and Convenience Brands survey.

About White Bison Coffee:

White Bison Coffee offers specialty coffee that is directly sourced and crafted with care. White Bison’s meticulously curated café menu features a range of beverages from pour-over coffee and nitro cold brew to fine hot teas. Guests can also enjoy fresh pastries and flavorful breakfast and lunch items, including sandwiches, salads and wraps. Founded in 2017, White Bison Coffee currently has 10 locations in the Middle Tennessee area—including standalone locations in the Nations and 12th Ave. South areas of Nashville—and also expanded to the Northern Alabama market.