c-store


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c-store

or C-store (sē′stôr′)
n.
A convenience store.
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7 percent, to be exact -- said they purchased prepared food at a c-store in the past month, vs.
This is typically idle time for consumers, and the PromoPump gives them a targeted message to react to while they are refilling," said John Gabbey, Vice President of C-Store Business Development for PromoWorks.
The average c-store rang up 55 more transactions per week in 2011, with the average in-store transaction totaling $7.
COLLOQUY explores how a new generation of innovative C-store marketers are fanning the flames of customer relationships.
Twelve percent of male consumers polled said they shop at a c-store "almost every day" and 23 percent said they shop at a c-store "two or three times a week.
Upon choosing a product, a receipt with a product SKU prints out and is taken to a C-Store register for payment.
The enhancement will also incorporate the TDLinx c-store definition, endorsed by NACS, which means the sample used within Convenience Track will represent nearly 130,000 stores - both large chains and independents, including those that do not sell gasoline.
In addition, the percentage of consumers who went to a c-store to purchase gasoline declined by 2.
It was a natural evolution for Fuel Links to expand their business into the service station c-store marketplace.
16 Does your usual c-store have a frequent shopper program?
Entertainment, sports, weather, music and trivia about c-store products -- Customized ads with day-part or promotion specific messaging -- Sponsored programming with product placement
CSNews conducted this exclusive research early this year to explore the preferences and habits of c-store shoppers throughout the United States.