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Kwik Trip/Kwik Star is a chain of convenience stores founded in 1965 with locations throughout Wisconsin and Minnesota under the name Kwik Trip, and in northeast Iowa under the name Kwik Star (to avoid confusion with QuikTrip). The corporation also operates stores under the name Hearty Platter and Tobacco Outlet Plus. Kwik Trip, Inc. is a privately held corporation headquartered in La Crosse, Wisconsin, and has more than 400 locations under its various names. Unlike many other convenience store chains, the corporation is vertically integrated across most of its product lines. It carries bag/pitcher milk and orange juice in pouches under the Nature’s Touch brand via their in-house dairy. These pouches are notable for the “Milk Moola” banner on the front top of the pouches (however the products are also offered in traditional jugs and bottles). Milk Moola is a Kwik Trip program that offers funding for schools, offering five cents per clipped pouch top. The program uses the catchphrase “Moola for Your Schoola”. Kwik Trip also has an internal bakery operation which offers sliced and wrapped bread, doughnut and muffin products to their stores, along with a store brand snack line under the “Urge” branding.
What to Expect When Interviewing
Employment applications for Kwik Trip can be given in person at Kwik Trip or online. There is a screening process that gauges math and language skills as well as personality traits, to ensure that you’ll be a good fit at Kwik Trip. After the application is turned in there is usually a 1-4 week wait prior to first interview. Most applicants receive a phone interview before an in-person interview. Applicants usually report that the personal interview process is fast to moderate in length depending on the position at Kwik Trip. Questions included how to cope with a dynamic work enviroment and comfort in assisting clients. All new employees are forced to take a mandatory training course. There also may be a drug screening.