The National Advisory Group’s (NAG) Young Executives Organization (YEO) was formed specifically to addresses these challenges and help the industry’s next-generation leaders identify solutions with others in their age group.
Please join us April 13 for the second-annual YEO Roundtable to be hosted by Family Express in Valparaiso, Ind. In addition to networking and a firsthand tour of Family Express’s distribution center and foodservice commissary, YEO’s will hear how the chain tackles social media, hiring and recruiting and developed its Living Brand concept.
Monday, April 13
1-1:15 PM Welcome
1:15-2 PM Tour Family Express Headquarters, World-Class Training Center and Training Convenience Store
2-3:15 PM Overview of Family Express’s Training Procedures, Living Brand
3:15-3:30 PM Break
3:30-4:30 PM Family Express’s Social Media/Loyalty Program Initiative
Tuesday, April 14
7:30 AM Breakfast on site
8:15-9:30 AM Tour of Warehouse/Foodservice Operations
9:30-11 AM Family Express C-Store Tour: A look at Family Express’s foodservice, coffee and training programs in action
11-12 PM Wrap Up/Key Takeaways and Executable Ideas for YEOs
12 PM Lunch and depart
For information or to register for the Roundtable, please contact NAG Executive Director John Lofstock at [email protected] or by phone at (201) 837-2177.
ABOUT THE YOUNG EXECUTIVES ORGANIZATION (YEO)
As the convenience store and petroleum industry continues to evolve, training the next generation leaders of tomorrow is more important than ever before. NAG relaunched YEO in 2012 to help young executives have a group that is solely focused on exchanging personal experiences with peers in their age group. YEO’s mission is to cultivate young talent in the convenience store and petroleum industry through implementation of education and networking. YEO accomplishes this mission by leveraging the experience of NAG members to help foster superior leadership skills.