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Enmarket's Sean Fatzinger takes a seat on the board of trustees for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Georgia Chapter.

Imperial Brands, Insite360, LSI Industries and Standex Refrigerated Solutions Group also make executive changes.

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Role changes include both internal promotions and outside hires.

This year's 42 honorees were recognized at an awards gala in Atlanta.

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A member-driven organization, NACS is led by a 30-member board.

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Altria executive K.C. Crosthwaite takes the helm amid increased scrutiny of the vapor industry.

The top marketing professional will cap off a 46-year career in the industry.

Drew Mize (left) and Rick Brindle take the top two positions on the NACS Supplier Board.

Rick Brindle, vice president of industry development at Mondelēz International, becomes chairman-elect.

The sixth-annual awards program celebrates the passion and achievements of women in the convenience store industry.

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He served as president from 2015 to February 2019.

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Jeff Shamburger will take the lead on enhancing, innovating and driving a progressive food culture.

In honor of the 50th anniversary of Convenience Store News, we spotlight the pioneers, entrepreneurs, innovators, new product developers and partnership advocates who have made significant contributions to convenience and fuel retailing.


David Askew, Daniel Ben-Yisrael and Michael O'Donnell will support the chain's $50M Charleston expansion.

This year's judging panel selected 17 women to be honored.

Fifteen young executives will be honored at November event.

The Aramark exec has become a voice for the international convenience store community.

She is a strong proponent of technology’s importance in driving the strategy to disrupt retail.

Brett Hughes takes on the role of director of business development at Mirabito Holdings Inc.

Convenience Valet, LSI Industries and VERC Enterprises also make personnel moves.

This year's judging panel selected 14 women to be honored.

Her past experience in other industries has given her a unique leg up in the c-store industry.

She left her position at a mortgage company for the convenience channel, and never looked back.

This year's judging panel selected five women to be honored.

Her true passion is taking a trend, creating a plan, bringing it to life and watching it grow.

Jennifer Litterick brings revenue focus and deep industry relationships to EnsembleIQ.

The 30-plus-year industry veteran believes women need to build each other up.

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