The voice of convenience store retailers matters more than ever. Whether it’s increasing tobacco taxes, rising minimum wages, fuel regulations or credit card fees, convenience store owners need to make their voices heard on the important issues integral to store sales.
Lobbying is an essential part of our democratic system and can help bring about change.
This September, the National Advisory Group (NAG) Conference will include a session on that will delve into how convenience store owners can make their voices be heard with lawmakers at the local and state levels to influence change that is good for business.
Tom Briant, executive director of the National Association of Tobacco Outlets (NATO) will moderate the session.
For more on this and other sessions or to register for NAG, visit www.nagconvenience.com.