C-store services news for the convenience store retail industry.

Arey calls N.C. initiative a poor tax

SHELBY, N.C. -- North Carolina retailers raked in an estimated $10 million Thursday, the first day of the state lottery. But that doesn't sway Robert Arey, who has no desire to sell the tickets at the 15 convenience stores he owns in the Charlotte region, according to a report from News 14 Carolina...

Annual trade show & expo scheduled for Oct. 8-10

ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- Convenience store and petroleum-marketing professionals can register for the industry's most comprehensive event, the NACS Show 2006, beginning this week. Attendees can register and secure housing online by visiting . As the NACS Show draws closer, the site also...

More and more retailers adding services to store kiosks

NEW YORK -- Convenience stores, best known to weary motorists as sources for drinks and snack chips, are starting to gain a reputation as good places to pay bills, cash checks, send money and buy cellphone minutes, according to a report in The New York Times. Automated teller machines have long...

Giant Eagle can no longer include milk sales in fuelperks! discount program
Buying group forges deal with college book store services company
AARA gives a voice to New Jersey independents
Truckstops, travel centers can benefit from buying group's negotiating power.
Info Touch Technologies Corp. is offering MetroPCS customers a more convenient way to pay their wireless bills in cash.
Major to grow financial-services kiosks at On The Run c-stores
CSP Daily News introduces new streaming video news program