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Share Your Story the Smart Way
NACS has published a PR Toolkit to help retailers better tell the positive story about c-stores to their communities, one of several resources available as part of the NACS reFresh initiative. The 24-page kit includes includes a variety of tools and tips for creating and refining a public relations program for your business.
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Internet Gambling Hurts Our Industry
Congress is considering H.R. 707, the Restoration of America’s Wire Act, which addresses, in part, the legality of online lotteries. Lottery ticket sales drive customer traffic to our stores, so this is an issue that concerns us all and we need to take action.
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The More Things Change…
Whether prices are high or low, consumers have questions about gas sales. The 2015 NACS Retail Fuels Kit provides answers on what to expect for the future, based on past experience.
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Get connected with your peers and gain valuable knowledge at NACS shows and events.
NACS Insight Convenience Summit - Europe (London)
Jun 9-12, 2015 - London, United Kingdom
NACS Marketing Leadership Program at Kellogg
Jul 26-31, 2015 - Evanston, IL
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You’re Invited
Through our Industry Update Tour, you can join NACS President and CEO, Hank Armour, for a complimentary luncheon to get the latest insights and trends in our industry.
 

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Ask Your Representative to Support Sensible Menu Labeling Bill

Last year, the FDA released new regulations implementing menu-labeling requirements at restaurants and "similar retail food establishments,” including many convenience stores. As a igeneral matter, establishments that are covered by the new regulations must post calories for standard menu items around the store. The FDA rule, as written, established overly burdensome compliance standards for our industry. In late April, Congress introduced H.R. 2017, the Common Sense Nutrition Disclosure Act. NACS supports this bill, which would provide needed compliance flexibility for members of our industry. Please contact your representative and ask them to support H.R. 2017.

 

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