Convenience Stores Against Trafficking (CSAT) is a program of nonprofit IN OUR BACKYARD, working with the convenience and petroleum industries in the fight against human trafficking. Currentlly there are 408 GACS members that participate in the program. CSAT equips convenience stores with training on human trafficking for their employees and provides life- saving materials to post in stores. Click here to register your store and join thousands of convenience retailers across America in support of this important mission!
On January 28th GACS held their annual Legislative Day at the Georgia Capitol which included meetings with Georgia House Speaker David Ralston, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan, and Governor Brian Kemp. GACS members used these meetings and others that were held that day as an opportunity to express their concerns on challenges facing the C-Store industry and to stress their position on several issues and pieces of legislation that are being discussed in the current session. The day ended with a reception for the Legislators hosted by GACS at the Sloppy Floyd building. Click here for more photos from the day.
January 20, 2020
GACS is now accepting applications for over $25.000 in scholarships to be awarded later this year. Scholarships are available to employees and dependents of employees of GACS members. Click here for information on submitting your application.