Royal Buying Group Partners With Alliance Cost Containment

Programs provide pre-negotiated discount pricing

LISLE, Ill. -- Royal Buying Group Inc. has formed a partnership with Alliance Cost Containment (ACC) to provide RBG convenience-store members with customized indirect expense cost-reduction programs.

These programs provide pre-negotiated discount pricing and there are no fees to participate.

Alliance Cost plus will provide savings programs with Joshen Paper and Packaging, Gunnebo Smart Safes,, Trane Building Advantage, ADP, Global HR Research, Office Depot/Office Max, Laser Connection, Advanced Service Solutions, Dell, OnTrack Communications and The Wasserstrom Co.

“RBG will provide an increased independent c-store retailer reach to ACC’s key suppliers. In turn, ACC will offer more than 12 new supplier savings programs to enhance the value to our retail membership” said Angela Angelilli, executive vice president of RBG.

Alliance Cost Containment, Louisville, Ky., provides cost-reduction services that allow all types of companies to maximize operating revenue and save up to 40% in more than 35 common expense categories. ACC aggregates purchasing volume to provide buying power on a scale that most companies cannot achieve on their own.

Royal Buying Group, Lisle, Ill., is a national organization dedicated to maximizing the sales and profitability of convenience stores, petroleum locations, college bookstores, truckstops, travel plazas, auto-repair facilities, drug stores, tobacco outlets and liquor stores. It represents 6,500 locations nationwide. Its core service capabilities include negotiating with regional and national suppliers for sales and marketing programs and providing category management, marketing and customer service support.

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