October 21, 2016
Courtesy of NACS
Younger consumers overwhelmingly have a favorable attitude toward c-stores.
Nearly three in four (71%) Americans say that convenience stores are a good fit with their community’s values, and an even higher percentage (77%) say they would be “very” or “somewhat” favorable toward a new convenience store being opened in their area, according to a national consumer survey released today by NACS.
October 17, 2016
GACS recently held its 14th annual Southern Convenience Store and Petroleum Show in Macon, GA. Retailers attended educational seminars and strolled an expo hall with over 170 exhibitors.
Mark your calendar to join us back in Macon next year, November 8-9, 2017.
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