Tag: c-store

One of the Top 5 Money-Making Niches

Have you called on the convenience stores in your area? More than 154,000 c-stores nationwide account for $575 billion in sales this year.* It’s no surprise that petroleum retail is one the top five niches buying LED signage, according to Daktronics sales records. It’s something to think about as you plan for 2017. These resources ...

C-Store Owners Want This LED Sign

Fuel retailers got some bad news this week about swipe fees. An important fuel retailing association announced disappointment in what they believe to be a lack of support for swipe fee reform by the House Financial Services Committee. This is an important issue to the industry. Swipe fees are the “fastest-growing expense” that c-store owners ...

BOOST SALES: Sell the Right Product at the Right Time

We have a product the petroleum market needs right now—the Cash/Credit LED display. This display shows multiple states of fuel prices, depending on the payment method, such as “CASH,” “CREDIT,” or “DEBIT.” It pairs with our Fuelight™ petroleum displays. Swipe fees—cash is better Why is showing different fuel prices so important? Retailers, including c-stores, pay ...

This Niche in the Top 5 for Sales

Petroleum retailers is one of the top five niches buying LED signage, according to our records. Have you called on the convenience stores in your area? We’ve got products, sales literature, and a great web section to help you successfully sell to this niche. C-store owners need petroleum price signs that are easy to see, easy ...

A New Product for New Fuel Buying Habits

Promote our new Cash/Credit LED display to the convenience stores in your area. This display can significantly lower a fuel retailer’s interchange fees and increase their profits. How? The Cash/Credit LED display, when used with Fuelight™ petroleum price displays, shows three fuel prices depending on the payment method: “Cash,” “Credit,” and “Debit.” When customers notice ...

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Take Advantage of This Market’s Potential

Are you selling to the convenience store market? The trend in the petroleum industry is to replace outdated manual copy boards and incandescent technology with LED displays. 73% of customers buy fuel without entering the store. C-store owners are installing EMCs to pull these customers inside to buy a snack and a pop. And LED ...