CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- When most people think of a convenience store, they don't think of quaint little bistro tables; nearly floor-to-ceiling, bright and colorful bulk candy bins; spacious, scented bathrooms with artwork on the walls; and a deli crammed full of freshly prepared gourmet food. But, that's what you'll find at a c-store chain called Tiger Mart. "We've tried to capture a warm, inviting atmosphere that draws customers into an experience rather than a hurried trip into and out ...

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