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    After seeing many organizations I saw that SAASOA is very enterprising and are a core of the business community in and around Alabama. SAASOA is doing a lot of  good for the people in the community by doing many activities like Blood Camps, Health Fairs, Volunteering activities, Scholarships, etc. I am lucky to be a part of a group like this and I encourage my friends and community members to be a part of SAASOA.

    -Mahesh Batavia, Liquor Store Member, Mobile
  • In the nearly 2 years that we have been partnered with SAAAOA we have seen a growth in sales, profits and customer count in their group’s stores. The key to maximizing this is to become more seamless in execution,pricing and positioning. I am excited about the future with SAASOA and Coca-Cola.

     

    -Patrick Gueret, Coca Cola
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    SAASOA’s intention is to help their members and our community should support it by joining it. SAASOA is very committed to help our community and the financial profits are very substantial.

    -Haresh Patel, Multiple Store Member, Montgomery
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    Each and every member of SAASOA have their own voice. When it comes to making decision everyone is involved. We are like one big family!
     
    -Rocky Patel, Multiple Store Member, Saraland


  • The attention to detail and the constant striving to attain complete compliance by it's members is a true testament to the dedication the leaders of this organization have to it's success.  I am proud, on the behalf of Hackney, to be associated with such a successful and influential group such as SAASOA.
     
    -Marty Howell, H.T.Hackney
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    SAASOA has not only successfully brought the businesses together, but they have also brought the communities together.
     
     
    -Nishit Prajapati, Multiple Store Member, Ozark
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    My relationship with SAASOA has been a huge influence on my personal and professional life. Over the past years I have learned on their culture and values and how important solid relationships are. I truly believe that their passion for the community is genuine.
     
    -Mike Pritchett, GDC, Mobile

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SAASOA Meet & Greet August 28, 2014

One for the Books!

“Where can you find the top vendors in the industry, representatives from the City of Mobile, the Chamber of Commerce, distributors, wholesalers, and SAASOA’s members in one place? Only at a SAASOA event, of course!”

This past Thursday, SAASOA hosted a Meet & Greet to welcome our dear friends Bart Fletcher and Philip A. Chamblee to our growing community. It was one for the books, as the evening was fill with great speeches, delicious food, lovely entertainment, and brilliant company! 

Our guests of honor, Bart Fletcher, the president of P&CMA (The Petroleum & Convenience Marketers of Alabama ) and Philip A. Chamblee, the president of MPMCSA (The Mississippi Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Stores Association) both gave equally brilliant and informative talks about their respective experiences and how they have used the knowledge gained in their current practices. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bart Fletcher & Phillip Chamblee being honored by Mahesh Batavia!

 

 

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Legislative Alert

LEGISLATIVE ALERT 

SENATORS PROPOSE 12 CENTS
MOTOR FUELS TAX INCREASE
 

Yesterday, June 18th, Senators Chris Murphy (D-CT) and Bob Corker (R-TN) proposed a 12 cents-per-gallon (cpg) tax increase for both gasoline and diesel fuel over the next two years and indexing to inflation in order to replenish the Highway Trust Fund (HFT). It is expected to raise $164 billion over 10 years. 

 

C-Store Safety & Security

Convenience Store Security and Safety

Why It's Important

The number of robberies at convenience stores has increased across the country, according to 2006 to 2008 FBI, which is higher now than it was 10 years ago. 

Make sure you're operating a business where your employees and customers feel safe from robbery and violent crimes by implementing a thoughtful security and safety program in your store.