January 21, 2021
A 1-Day, Online, Tribal-Led C-Store Conference
Thursday, Jan 21, 2021
How to Keep Your C-Store Relevant
In January, we're gathering our 53 member tribes spread across 11 states for a virtual conference. This is one of our three yearly member meetings, and the theme for this meeting is convenience-store innovation. In tough times like these, innovation is even more critical than ever to help tribal c-store stay relevant. As a show of support to all of Indian Country during these difficult times, "Don't Get Left Behind" will also be open to tribes and tribal c-store operators who haven't yet joined us.
Click here to Register to Attend!
Topics & Speakers
Consumer and Retails Solutions Sales Manager, Western US
Peter is a 30 plus year industry veteran of hospitality, electronic payments, digital media and point of sale technologies. A former restaurateur, payment technology consultant and point of sales specialist, currently the Consumer and Retail Solutions Sales Manager, managing the Western United States for Gilbarco Veeder-Root.
Erika Taylor Montgomery
Three Girls Media
Erika Taylor Montgomery, CEO of Three Girls Media, Inc. will discuss the most effective social media strategies for convenience stores and how to use your resources to the fullest. Additionally, Erika will go over each of the major social media platforms and discuss pros and cons of each, helping you decide which will serve your organization the best.
VP, Market Insights
Greg Sterling is the VP of Market Insights for Uberall. He is a recognized expert on a wide range of digital marketing topics and a former contributing editor for Search Engine Land. Previously, Sterling was VP of Strategy for LSA (now Localogy). Before that he held various analyst and executive roles at Opus Research, The Kelsey Group, Allbusiness.com and TechTV. Sterling is also a former attorney.
The Hershey Company
Rachel Hoffman is a category analyst for The Hershey Company. Her main customers are convenience stores throughout the Northwest ranging from small independents to large chains. In her role, she dives head first into consumer trends and shifting taste profiles from multiple data sources including IRI/Nielsen and PDI. She keeps customers up to date with which items to leverage in stores.
Customer Sales Executive
The Hershey Company
Joseph Bucher has been working with The Hershey Company for 6 years and is currently a Customer Sales Executive. Joseph oversees convenience sales for both retailers and distributors spanning across the states of Washington, Oregon, Colorado and California. Responsibilities include, but not limited to, ensuring the supply of Top Performing Hershey brands are available to customers in the PNW.
Multimedia Sales Consultant
Angela has been in sales as long as she can remember having sold everything from Copy Machines to Pest Control. Angela has been at Sound Publishing for 3 years now as a multi-media consultant selling both print and digital products to a wide variety of clientele in Snohomish County and beyond. Angela has two daughters, 11 and 16 and enjoys watching old movies, traveling, and shopping.
Carrie Radcliff is the Advertising Director at Herald Media, a division of regional organization, Sound Media. Carrie leads a team of seven multimedia account executives who work closely with folks every day in helping their business grow and thrive via a variety of digital and print solutions. Her team helps businesses find the right buyer, in the right place, at the right time.