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The National Association of Convenience Stores also undertook an extensive review of the vulnerabilities of holding the event in New Orleans.

ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- During the process of relocating the NACS Show 2005 from New Orleans to Las Vegas, the National Association of Convenience Stores also undertook an extensive review of the vulnerabilities of holding the event in New Orleans. After reviewing all of the options, the group has...

Fred Rael and his wife, Virginia, plan to open the first phase of their currently under-construction travel center sometime in March.

SEDILLO, N.M. -- Fred Rael and his wife, Virginia, plan to open the first phase of their currently under-construction travel center sometime in March. The facility is located off the Sedillo, N.M., exit of Interstate 40. According to a report by the Albuquerque Journal, phase one, a convenience...

Three former employees take Fusion Oil to court

ADRIAN, Mich. -- Three former employees of two Adrian, Mich., gas stations and convenience stores are suing a corporation they accuse of cheating them out of overtime pay in the past two years, reported the Adrian Daily Telegram. A lawsuit filed earlier this month in U.S. District Court in Detroit...

300 possible by 2010, home improvement retailer says
Net sales up nearly 35%
NATSO welcomes 2006 chair, officers
Reduces total debt outstanding to $33 million
The Pantry is positioning itself for additional purchases that could catapult its store count to 2,000 by the end of the decade.
AMBEST Inc., a member-owned truckstop organization, has added 15 Road Ranger locations to its member network, according to a report by TruckingInfo.com.
Convenience Retailing Conference 2006 salves, solves industry challenges

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