The National Association of Convenience Stores has released that Nancy Pappas has joined NACS as the marketing director. In this role, Pappas will develop integrated campaigns for the association’s membership, global events and research, including the NACS State of the Industry enterprise.
Prior to joining NACS, Pappas served as senior marketing manager for MyEyeDr., a network of optometry offices and eye care centers. She also served in leadership roles at Best Buy, where she developed and lead the first company-wide integrated promotional planning process, Momentum Worldwide and Tommy Hilfiger.
Pappas earned her bachelors in general studies from the University of Iowa.
NACS is the leading global trade association dedicated to advancing convenience and fuel retailing. It advances the role of convenience stores as positive economic, social and philanthropic contributors to the communities they serve and is a trusted advisor to more than 1,500 retailer and 1,500 supplier members from more than 50 countries.
The U.S. convenience store industry, with more than 150,000 stores nationwide selling fuel, food and merchandise, serves 165 million customers daily and had sales of $548 billion in 2020.
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Doug Kantor recently joined the association as general counsel. See story, here.