Circle K is celebrating the opening of its third location in the Green Bay area – and announcing much bigger plans for the Badger State. Circle K plans to open 75 stores across Wisconsin within the next three years as part of a broader company initiative to open 500 new stores across the United States over the next five years.

"We are thrilled to open our third Circle K in Wisconsin here in Green Bay and looking forward to bringing the Circle K brand to new customers across Wisconsin in the coming years. We’ve been very pleased by the community response to our first two stores in Green Bay and Ashwaubenon since they opened last year. Now we are looking forward to bringing the high-quality customer experience and fast, friendly service that Circle K is known for across the state while also creating jobs for these great communities. With each location opening with as many as 20 employees, the planned Wisconsin expansion will bring up to 1,500 new jobs to Wisconsin”

Gary Brant, Vice President of Operations, Circle K Northern Tier Business Unit

Located at 2294 Manitowoc Road in Green Bay, Wisconsin, the new Green Bay Circle K is 5,200 square feet and has a wide array of unique programs and offerings to build deeper customer relationships and loyalty. Motorists can fill up with quality-guaranteed Circle K fuel at any of the 16 dispensers under the canopy and keep their vehicles looking clean, dry and shiny every day with Circle K’s Unlimited Car Wash Club, available in soft touch or touch-free options.  

Inside the store, Circle K’s Sip & Save program, customers can enjoy a hot, cold or frozen dispensed beverage of any size every day for just $9.99 a month. In addition, Fresh Food, Fast offers a variety of delicious, freshly prepared hot food options for customers on the go.  Customers can also find a full range of packaged snacks and beverages and age-restricted offerings available in store and tap into daily deals via the Circle K mobile app, available on the Apple app store and Google Play.

As Circle K’s expansion into Wisconsin proceeds, the company has identified numerous sites for development and continues to actively scout locations throughout the state. Landowners, developers and municipalities interested in bringing a new Circle K to their communities may contact the Circle K real estate department at or call (817) 786-5435. Wisconsinites interested in career opportunities can explore local job openings at