In-store sales were up. Gross profits were up. Motor fuel gallons sold were up. But overall revenues were down in what was, once again, a very strong financial performance for the convenience store industry in 2015. Total c-store industry sales declined 14.4 percent last year to $603 billion, due to sharply lower gasoline prices, according to the 41st annual Convenience Store News Industry Report, the longest-running, continuously-published annual report on the health and performance of the convenience retail channel. This extended version of the 2016 Industry Report includes more than 80 charts and tables on sales, profits, category and operational results in 2015 – including 35 charts not available in the magazine.