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Rahim Budhwani

Outgoing NACS chairman celebrates convenience stores' central role in neighborhoods

CHICAGO -- On the wall of past NACS chairmen, a sea of mostly middle-aged and older white men dominate, harkening back to an earlier era in the history of convenience stores. But as the industry has evolved in both offering and design, so too has its face. So seeing outgoing NACS Chairman Rahim...

NACS Show

Improving the foodservice experience, driving premiumization, trends from the show floor and more

CHICAGO -- Once again, the NACS Show did not disappoint in offering ideas and products to keep convenience-store retailers of all shapes and sizes stocked with strategies to grow their businesses. Here’s a look at 12 highlights that stood out to CSP Daily News editors … C-store vs. QSR Customer...

Capitol Building

Retailers learn how to better communicate with lawmakers

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C-store operators share tips for competing against Big Oil, big chains

As Hy-Vee preps 8,700-square-foot site, other retailers put the region in their growth plans
Cumberland Farms store
Cumberland Farms’ CEO honored in 15th year of the award .
Sunoco
Bondholders oppose change that Sunoco said must happen to complete the deal
Hurricane trees

How c-stores and vendors helped employees get back on their feet and return to business as usual

7-Eleven sign
Store owners allege retailer has not fulfilled promise of treating them as independent contractors
7-eleven exterior
Claims retailer did not treat store owners as independent contractors and business owners

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