C-Store Evolution: Beyond Cokes and Smokes

For decades, c-stores operated on a simple principle: gas, Cokes and smokes. Coming into play in the early 20th century, c-stores marked the beginning of American driving culture, and while it was the fuel that brought customers to the parking lot, sugary drinks and tobacco products tempted them inside.

Today, two of the three pillars are in decline. Standard vehicle fuel efficiencies are rising, and electric cars are becoming ever more popular, while increasing excise taxes on tobacco products are driving more Americans to seek alternatives or quit altogether. To stay profitable, c-stores will need to adapt.

Join this webinar for a discussion about the future of c-stores and innovative ideas in:

·     Technology
·     Food Service
·     Expanding inventory

 
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Subscriptions: The Next Level in Loyalty

What kind of loyalty program helped Panera Bread drive 100,000 signups in a single day? In a word: subscriptions.

Companies that have launched subscription programs find a significant boost to their incremental sales. Panera saw a 70% increase in food attachment by subscribers.

Download the ebook Subscriptions: The Next Level in Loyalty to learn everything from the the key advantages to the types of subscription models to consider.