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The Association for Convenience & Fuel Retailing

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Foodservice Profits Can Be Just a Click Away
New for 2014, the NACS CAFÉ training portfolio has expanded to include monthly, interactive webinars. Explore courses and discover how you can build a more profitable foodservice operation around your schedule.
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Keeping You Informed
NACS President and CEO Henry Armour hosts industry update luncheons in various cities around the country to share and discuss insights, issues and opportunities relevant to the convenience and fuel retailing industry.
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NACS Demystifies the Fueling Experience
The new 2014 NACS Retail Fuels Report is the largest and most comprehensive ever developed, with more than two dozen backgrounders examining every element of the retail fuels industry.
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Get connected with your peers and gain valuable knowledge at NACS shows and events.
PCATS Annual Conference 2014
Apr 28 - May 1, 2014 - Tucson, Arizona
NACS Financial Leadership Program at Wharton
May 18-23, 2014 - Philadelphia, PA
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NACS Membership Can Help Your Business Thrive
Thousands of convenience retailers join NACS to grow their businesses and become more profitable operators. You’ll find tools and resources, member-only events and specialized training that can help you succeed.
 

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Full-Time Employee Legislation Passes U.S. House of Representatives
On April 3, the U.S. House passed H.R. 2575, the Save American Worker Act, by a vote of 248-179, which would amend the health-care law to establish 40 hours per week as the threshold for determining full time employment. Please thank your member of Congress for supporting H.R. 2575.
Menu Labeling
Draft regulations to enact nutritional labeling requirements would impose unreasonable burdens on many businesses, particularly convenience stores. New legislation, H.R. 1249, the Common Sense Nutritional Disclosure Act, would ensure that the final regulations set reasonable standards and treat businesses according to their primary business activities. Ask your representative to support H.R. 1249​ today!
Write to Your Congressmen
NACS Grassroots helps you build relationships and make your voice heard. Members of Congress want to hear from their constituents, and legislators often base voting decisions on feedback they receive from voters back home. Get involved with NACS Grassroots​ today!