The Third Annual Young Executives Organization (YEO) Roundtable will feature an inside look at one of the leading c-store chains in the country along with networking events for the convenience store industry’s next-generation leaders.
The convenience store industry’s young executives and next-generation leaders face unique challenges as they grow their businesses in the competitive convenience store market. The National Advisory Group’s (NAG) Young Executives Organization (YEO) was formed specifically to addresses these challenges and help the industry’s leaders of tomorrow identify solutions with others in their age group.
Please join us April 27-28 for the third annual YEO Roundtable to be hosted by RaceTrac Petroleum in Smyrna, Ga. In addition to networking and a firsthand tour of RaceTrac’s test kitchen, training facilities and convenience stores, YEO attendees will hear how the chain tackles foodservice, staffing and developing its world-class convenience store operations.
Best of all, registration is free to NAG members.
“Convenience store industry leaders prove time and again that innovation and hard work are the foundation that supports steady, meaningful growth. This growth isn’t only important from a sales standpoint, but is vital to a company’s long-term stability when analyzing the human element,” said John Lofstock, executive director of NAG. “Convenience store companies must be able to produce young talent that will guide the business into an uncertain future. As such, the future of the convenience store industry is heavily dependent on each company’s ability to cultivate young talent. YEO aims to help the industry groom the leaders of the tomorrow and gives them an organziation that addresses their unique challenges.”
The YEO Roundtable is open only to convenience store operators 40 years old and under. To register now, visit YEO Registration.
To view the full roundtable agenda, visit YEO Agenda.
If you would like to join NAG or YEO, visit the NAG Membership page. For questions about YEO and NAG, contact NAG Executive Director John Lofstock at [email protected].