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Downstream Energy Partners, GSP, Master-Bilt and S. Abraham & Sons also make personnel changes.
Gus Olympidis and Scott Hill were honored at a gala banquet, along with Retailer Executive of the Year Brian Hannasch.
Industry veterans shared their wisdom with this year's class of 15 honorees.
The decision was the result of a 10-month strategic review following the company's merger with Andeavor.
He co-founded the merchandising and marketing organization in 1995.
Joe Territo is appointed senior vice president of content while Tanner Van Dusen is named managing director of the Path to Purchase Institute.
Jenny Meyer Love will ensure the company's culture is spread across the entire employee experience.
See what this year’s five Women of the Year had to say.
Former QuickChek executive John Schaninger to serve as vice president, organizational development.
Q&A series ties in with Convenience Store News’ Top Women in Convenience awards.
Kwik Trip’s foodservice director never loses sight of the chain’s store-level employees.
Role changes include both internal promotions and outside hires.
Altria executive K.C. Crosthwaite takes the helm amid increased scrutiny of the vapor industry.
This year's 42 honorees were recognized at an awards gala in Atlanta.
The retailer recently opened its first non-fuel convenience store in Athens, Ga.
The sixth-annual awards program celebrates the passion and achievements of women in the convenience store industry.
Imperial Brands, Insite360, LSI Industries and Standex Refrigerated Solutions Group also make executive changes.
The top marketing professional will cap off a 46-year career in the industry.
Past, present and future c-store industry leaders to be feted at CSNews events in Chicago.
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.
Fifteen young executives will be honored at November event.
He served as president from 2015 to February 2019.
A member-driven organization, NACS is led by a 30-member board.
Jeff Shamburger will take the lead on enhancing, innovating and driving a progressive food culture.