Kent Kwik, a part of The Kent Companies family, has been owned locally owned and operated since 1957. We believe in giving back to our community and the money we raise locally, stays local. The Permian Basin is where we call home, that means we are constantly working hard to provide for not only our team members and their families but also the families of our guests and our neighbors. A few of our yearly events include a spring charity golf tournament and a fall drive to raise money for local schools. Staying involved in our community through sponsorships, donations and events is a top priority for us.
Take a look at some of our lastest community activities:
The Kent Companies Annual Charity Golf Tournament - We would like to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone who participated in this year’s charity golf tournament benefiting S.H.A.R.E. This was our best year yet, be on the lookout for our press conference announcing the exact amount of funds we raised. In the meantime, check out the pictures below from the event. Registration Now Open for The Kent Companies Charity Golf Tournament - Registration is now open for the 32nd Annual Kent Companies Charity Golf Tournament. The tournament will be held on Monday, June 10th at Green Tree Country Club in Midland, TX. The day will consist of shotgun start times of 8:00 am and 1:00 pm, lunch, and awards featuring a surprise guest. Register here: https://thekentcompanies.com/golf-tournaments.php Fuel Your School Returns - Kent Kwik Conveniences Stores are thrilled to announce that we will be partnering with Chevron to bring the Fuel Your School back to the Midland/Odessa market. Fuel Your School is a program that helps generate funds for local classroom projects when consumers fuel up at Kent Kwik stations in Midland or Odessa. This is a … Continue reading Fuel Your School Returns Rock The Desert - Kent Kwik Convenience Stores were proud to run the Coffee Shop tent at the 19th annual Rock The Desert Festival, Aug. 2-4. We served coffee, cold brew, lemonade, tea and pasties to the thousands of festival attendees.