About Convenience Store Decisions
We help advertisers penetrate the appealing multi-unit c-store market, connecting their brands and products with executive level and category decision makers who consistently read Convenience Store Decisions.
In print, Convenience Store Decisions publishes twelve monthly issues plus an annual supplement (Leaders in Convenience). Our award-winning editorial engages more than 40,000 retailers within convenience chains, non-traditional convenience environments (Airports. College/University/ Military/etc) plus the wholesalers who serve the channel.
The new and improved CSDecisions.com is the c-store industry’s online portal to everything that has to do with running a convenience store. Specifically, CSDecisions.com offers a virtual meeting place for c-store retailers, convenience store suppliers, and c-store distributors to stay abreast of convenience store industry trends, new product offerings and category management best practices.
Convenience Store Decision’s online presence extends beyond the confines of a typical website, in that CSDecisions.com also provides a unique c-store community discussion forum that encourages peer to peer sharing and features live member Q&A chats. In addition, subscribers have the freedom and flexibility to manage their own profiles, giving them access to content tailored specifically to them and their interests.
Convenience store advertisers benefit from superior member audience segmentation and robust analytics. As membership interaction grows, advertisers can increase their visibility to their target audience and receive immediate feedback from members’ online interactions.
In-person, Convenience Store Decisions Chain of the Year award is the industry’s oldest and most prestigious award for convenience retailing excellence. The award is given annually to the convenience retailer that exemplifies excellence in customer service, product quality, and marketing innovation. The award is presented at an exclusive dinner at the annual NACS Show.
The National Advisory Group (NAG) is an association of small to mid-size convenience chains and the executives that run them. It is driven by retailers for retailers and is an organization committed to building relationships and profits. The highlight of this affiliation is an annual conference which takes place in September. NAG helps to cultivate and groom the convenience leaders of tomorrow by awarding an annual scholarship to member company’s employees. For more information, please go to www.nagconvenience.com.