Georgia Association of Convenience Stores

2015 GACSPAC Sporting Clay Tournament

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September 30, 2015
Big Red Oak Plantation
Gay, GA

Exhibitors - 2015 Southern Convenience Store and Petroleum Show

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November 11, 2015 - November 12, 2015
Macon Centreplex
Macon, GA

RETAILERS - 2015 Southern Convenience Store and Petroleum Show

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November 11, 2015 - November 12, 2015
Macon Centreplex
Macon, GA

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    Retail Food Emergency Preparedness Resources

    September 3, 2015

    The Georgia Association of Convenience Stores (GACS) is now offering direct links to convenience stores and the status of their food products during a natural disaster. These links include available resources for emergency preparedness and response at retail food establishments. Food consumption and safety are one most important aspects to consider while preparing and recovering from a disaster. Use the valuable resources at this link to better serve you and your store during times of emergency preparedness.​

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    Iconic “We Card” Retail Age-Restricted Training & Education Program Celebrates 20th Anniversary & Aw

    ​September 1, 2015

    Twenty years ago the national “We Card” program was launched to help combat youth access to tobacco. Back in 1995, those underage could more easily buy tobacco at retail stores with some reports indicating a 40-60% success rate. Today, after years of efforts to prevent underage tobacco sales, it’s down to roughly 10% according to the federal government’s published 2013 Synar Report measuring illegal tobacco sales to minors. In Georgia, the retail violation rate was 10%.

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    Preventing Foodborne Illness in Young Children

    ​August 24, 2015

    Changes to Georgia’s Food Code are coming for Georgia’s convenience store industry. GACS will be offering ServSafe Seminars throughout the state – details to come at a later date. In the meantime, a special thanks to Dr. Judy Harrison with UGA Extension and Jessica Badour, Recall Outreach Specialist with Georgia Department of Agriculture for creating this 45 minute video covering the topic of “Preventing Foodborne Illness in Young Children.” We encourage all convenience store employees that handle food to take a look.

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