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​NACS provides resources that help convenience and fuel retailers increase profits and grow their operations. Here you can access information for getting started in the convenience store industry, protecting your business, maintaining compliance with current regulations and learning more about the dynamic retail fuels market.

Compliance Resource Center
From menu labeling to fuels, NACS provides information and guidance that helps convenience retailers navigate current regulations that impact their operations.

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Fuels Resource Center
Everything you need to know about fuels — from the source that knows the subject best.

Ideas 2 Go
This fast-paced video program features innovative retail solutions you can implement today. Also, browse our extensive archive of Ideas 2 Go videos from 2002–2014.

The NACS reFresh initiative provides valuable insights and resources about the contributions convenience stores are delivering to the communities they serve.

Hurricane Preparedness, Relief & Recovery
Resources and information on preparing for and recovering from natural disasters.

Getting Started in the Business
Online resource for entering the convenience and fuel retailing industry.

Human Resources
Information on the American Disabilities Act, best hiring practices and health-care insurance.

NACS Retail Fuels Reports
These resources explain market conditions that affect gas prices and help facilitate an open discussion about the issues impacting supply, distribution and the future of fuels.

Convenience Store Security and Safety
Make sure you’re operating a business where your employees and customers feel safe from robbery and violent crimes by implementing a thoughtful security and safety program in your store.​​​​​​




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