Each week until Election Day, NACS will update this page with information on the state of play in the battle for the majorities in the House and the Senate and spotlight certain races that may be of increased importance to the convenience industry. Those races may involve industry champions or be key to determining which party will control the House or Senate.
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These topics include hot button issues NACS is watching closely, as well as topics that are important to convenience retailers and their businesses.
Date: March 23–24, 2021
Help Show Elected Officials that Convenience Matters
Every day, members of Congress work on legislation that can have a very real impact on you and your business. The annual NACS Day on the Hill, formerly known as the Government Relations Conference, educates you on how to be the best advocate for your business and brings you face to face with your policymakers. The conference gives you the opportunity to explain your business and share how policies will directly affect your business and our industry.
Before you go on Capitol Hill to speak directly with lawmakers, NACS prepares you with a training video and briefing materials for each issue prior to the event. The afternoon session will focus on getting to know the issues that you’ll be discussing with members of Congress and their staff and allow you time to get to know the industry peers you’ll be teamed with for hitting the Hill. We are dedicated to training you to be a strong advocate both in your Hill meetings the next day and beyond.
The team at NACS:
This conference provides you with a better understanding of current industry issues, how they directly affect the way you do business, and how they are being legislated. It also offers an opportunity for you to interact with retailers facing the same challenges and issues. And most importantly, it gives you the opportunity to educate members of Congress about issues they’re voting on. They want to hear from their constituents and people like you – people who live and work hard each day —so that they can do their jobs better for the people who elected them. As a constituent, your voice matters. Be a part of the conversation and help protect convenience across the country by attending this year’s conference!
Attention supplier members: Interested in attending NACS Day on the Hill? Please contact Margaret Hardin, Grassroots Manager at (703) 518-4292.
Experience the NACS Day on the Hill
In this short video you’ll hear from retailers just like you as they explain how easy NACS makes it to get involved at the NACS Day on the Hill.
From a Past Attendee
“The NACS Government Relations Conference is an absolute must attend event. It allows you to be better informed on the current issues and concerns of the c-store industry. Which in turn allows you to become a better-informed partner and supplier to the c-store Industry. You come away from the event with a holistic view and understanding of the convenience stores day-to-day business. The NACS staff does an excellent job in preparing you for meeting with members of Congress and making you comfortable.”
– TJ Lynch, Key Impact Sales & Systems
For more information, please contact:
The 2021 NACS Day on the Hill will be held virtually due to the ongoing pandemic. The agenda will be posted once available, and please check periodically for updates.
Contact Margaret Hardin, Grassroots Manager at 703-518-4292 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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