PITTSBURGH, PA – The CoGo’s name, a staple in the Pittsburgh area since the mid-1980s, is about to be gone forever from the 38 convenience stores. Canonsburg-based Coen Markets, which bought the chain in 2018, will convert all of them to Coen locations.
Coen announced it also is bringing its Ruff Creek Market stores under the Coen name.
Additionally, Coen Markets will convert its stores’ gas pumps to Amoco gasoline by the end of the year. Coen operates nearly 60 stores in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia.
CoGo’s was funded as Stop-N-Go in 1962 and rebranded as CoGo’s about 20 years later.