ATD.B signed an agreement to purchase privately owned Holiday Station stores with 522 stores in the Midwest U.S. This an interesting acquisition providing ATD.B with significant synergies that go well beyond incremental cash flow related to acquired EBITDA of $180M-$190M. Holiday operates a food commissary that produces fresh and frozen food for the entire network, and operates 221 car washes. Holiday extends ATD.B presence in 10 states and sees a move to 6 new markets. Store base is highly productive with enviable locations, difficult to replicate. Car washes and food commissary provide strategic advantage. Thus we see as a solid strategic move for ATD.B. Beyond the usual targeted synergies of purchasing and admin, we see long-term (L/T) significant revenue synergies as ATD.B exploits the commissary / food service and car wash expertise. Striking this deal hot on the heels of the CST closing speaks to the beauty of the decentralized model which will permit integration by different teams. Balance sheet (B/S) discipline will come to play as this deal closes in Q4/F18 when ATD.b will be well on the path of deleveraging from CST deal, making timing key.