A well trained staff shows respect for them & your customers.7 Best Practices Train Staff
You can’t sell what you don’t have. Make sure your shelves have ample product to satisfy your customers.6 Best Practices Shelf Stock
Drawing customers inside your store from the pumps is key to increasing sales and profit.
If customers don’t feel safe in your store, they’ll shop elsewhere.4 Best Practices Safety
Clean restrooms attract & retain customers, and increase sales & profit.3 Best Practices Restroom Clean
Keeping your convenience store clean inside ensures customers want to shop & increases sales & profits.2 Best Practices Inside Clean
This is the first in a series of convenience store best practices fliers.
Thanks to our many customers, suppliers, employees, family and friends for helping Standard Distributing reach 100 years in business. A special thanks to those of you who attended our 100th Anniversary celebrations recently. Without all of you, our continued success would not be possible.
We look forward to continuing our relationship with all of you as we move forward.
These days you can get a decent cup of coffee just about anywhere. Since the rise of high-end coffee houses created a nation of coffee snobs, many convenience stores, once known for watery, flavorless brews, have kicked up their coffee game with higher quality beans, more sophisticated brewing techniques, improved branding, updated equipment and better atmosphere. Competition for consumers’ hot dispensed beverage dollars is at an all time high.
Are you doing what you should to gain your share of this business?
Thanks to NACS Magazine, July 2014.
The long-standing stereotype of c-store customers being blue collar and male is changing. More and more women are shopping in c-stores.
What are women looking for in a store? A safe, comfortable environment; coffee bars and other self-serve coffee options; fresh, healthy food offerings; and friendly, welcoming customer service top the list.
Customer demographics are changing. It’s important to change with them or be left behind.
Thanks to NACS magazine, June 2014.