Georgia Association of Convenience Stores

Services

GACS Programs and Services

Keeping in line with the GACS mission statement, GACS offers quality services & programs to help benefit your bottom line.

Retailers are encouraged to consider utilizing the programs and services offered. Each program has been reviewed by a group of industry peers to ensure these programs are of the highest quality.

To have your services considered, contact the GACS office.

Human Resource Services

Insurance - Member Benefits - available to retail and associate members

401K - Member Benefits - available to retail and associate members

Scholarship Program - Applications accepted January 1 - April 1 every year

Financial & Legal Services

Credit Card Processing - WorldPay

Legal Hotline - Taylor English Duma, LLP

Store Services

Signage Program - order your official mandated signs at a disounted rate

ServSafe Classes - Register online or via form for a class with TSC Associates to receive your certification. Members of GACS receive discounted rate.

AB Operator Course - register for online or classroom course

New Store Checklist - resource for necessary licenses, inspections, etc. for opening new store

OPIS Conferences & Webinars - learn about tips and trends in the oil industry by attending a conference or participating in eLearning and webinars from your home

National Local Advocacy Alliance - coalition working to advocate against restrictive local ordinances on sale of tobacco products.

Underage Sales Compliance

We Card - offers training, signage, POS tools, and more

FDA Webinar - tips on preventing sales to minors

FDA's Center for Tobacco Products - information on compliance and enforcement

NACS Resources

How Stores Work - why convenience stores are important to the community

PR Toolkit - launch your own publicity efforts in your community

Site Approval Toolkit - strategies for seeking zoning approvals

Fuels Resource Center - research and reports on eveyrthing fuel

Learning on Demand - series of educational webinars on industry best practices and case studies

A Guide to Reading Applicable Federal Regulations- report compiles all the federal regulations and third party standards applicable to storing and selling biofuels, including those mandated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Federal Trade Commission and Occupational Safety and Health Administration.