Did you know that…
There really was a Cumberland Farms. Vasilios and Aphrodite Haseotes bought it in Cumberland, Rhode Island in 1939, along with their very first cow.
In 1962, Cumberland Farms opened up the first ever convenience store in the Northeast.
Way back in 1972, we were one of the first places anywhere to offer self-serve gasoline. – more...Today, Cumberland Farms has almost 600 stores in 11 states, and employs over 6,000 people.
In 1986, Cumberland Farms bought all of Gulf Oil’s gas stations and trademark in the Northeast.
We sell nearly 3 million gallons of Chill Zone every year, or enough to fill 6 olympic size pools.
Long before Ari Haseotes became President of Cumberland Farms, he was a manager in our Westborough MA store.
Last year, The Cumberland Gulf Group of companies ranked in the Top 50 of the Forbes Top 500 Private Companies.
The most popular Chill Zone flavor today is Berry Backlash, followed by NRG Kick and Red Rage.
We can fill over 33 oil tankers with the 20 million cups of coffee we sell every year.
Our fantastic new store designs feature freshly prepared hot sandwiches, a shake machine, no fee ATM's, and a state of the art Chill Zone. These new stores will be coming soon to a neighborhood near you. – less
What do employees say about Cumberland Farms's culture and work-life balance?
Working for a very successful company
Written by Store Manager (Former Employee) from Rotterdam, NY on June 30, 2019
Managing people is what I have done for many years. Working with the public is also my passion. The workplace culture that I practice is very ethical and positive. There is always open communication. Hardest part of the job is when there are call ins. I enjoy developing and training individuals. Very fast paced work day. Ordering, managing people, working - more...