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The NACS Show is right around the corner, and that means a brand new edition of Ideas 2 Go. Watch this short clip of one of our featured videos and see how this c-store is leveraging its restrooms to sell more product.
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Featuring special guests and covering the latest trends, the Convenience Matters podcast highlights what’s happening across the convenience and fuel retailing industry.
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Urgent Action Needed: Stop Efforts to Repeal Swipe Fee Reform

Financial Services Chairman Jeb Hensarling has included language in his Financial Choice Act to repeal the debit reforms we fought so hard to achieve. If debit reforms are repealed, retailers will once again be put under the price-fixing control of Visa and MasterCard and the costs to you and your customers skyrocket. This cannot happen, which is why your voice on this issue is critical. In just two minutes, you can send a pre-drafted letter to your members of Congress telling them how this threatening legislation affects your business and your customers. Click here to urge your Representative to oppose the Financial Choice Act.

 

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