NACS PRESIDENT AND CEO Hank Armour stressed a simple message at the 2007 Opening General Session. “We may not look the same or operate the same, but we are one. And our theme for this year’s NACS Show perfectly reflects this mission and where we are today—one industry, one voice and one show.” Armour discussed
NEW NACS SUPPLIER BOARD CHAIRMAN Pat Cordle, vice president of sales and marketing for Bic Corp., leads the new slate of officers who will serve on the 2007-08 NACS Supplier Board that was announced during the Supplier Board meeting at the NACS Show 2007 in Atlanta. In addition, Brad Heetland, director of east area sales,
DAVID DELRAHIM HAS ROOTS all over the globe, coming to America before college and settling in Philadelphia. He then moved out West to finish his education at the University of Southern California. Always fascinated with old service stations, he bought his fi rst site in 1983 and continued to operate multiple stores over the years.
COUCHE-TARD THROUGH THE YEARS ALAIN BOUCHARD STARTED Alimentation Couche-Tard with one store in 1980. In 1986, with a network of 34 stores, a predecessor of Couche-Tard completed an initial public offering and listed its shares on the Montreal Exchange. After establishing a leading position in Quebec, Couche- Tard expanded through internal growth and acquisitions in
Companies frequently develop vision and mission statements about being number one in their industry, the great service they provide to customers, and their rewarding work environment. Yet more often than not, these statements are so far from reality that they become joke fodder for customers and employees alike. It doesn’t have to be this way,