Event | October 9, 2020

NACS Show 2021
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We’re looking forward to seeing you (IRL!) at the 2021 NACS Show. We are so excited to be members of the National Association of Convenience Stores and to continue to support industry trailblazers in the C-store vertical. 

We can’t wait for the NACS show, where industry leaders can come together to share innovative ideas, solve problems, and seize new opportunities, side by side. Through interactive education sessions, ongoing conversations, and individual meetings, let’s connect! 

☕️ Let’s Connect! 

We’d love to have a conversation about how we can help you to streamline store communications and task management. Through our work, we help retailers to engage associates, ensure health and safety compliance, and drive execution. 

Zipline is proud to work with some of the biggest C-store brands in the nation and we are passionate about overcoming the challenges that brands like yours are facing today. 

Schedule time to meet with us! We’ll be in the neighborhood and would love to grab a coffee with you! (McCormick Place, Chicago, IL)

Meet With Us!

📚 In the Meantime

While we countdown for this event, here are a few of our takeaways from the NACS Human Resource forum this past spring!

📣 C-Stores Transform Engagement and Execution– Conversations at the NACS Human Resource Forum

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Let’s keep in touch! Opt-in to receive emails from us so that we can stay in touch with you as we get closer to the big day. We’re so excited to see you there!

Be sure to check out https://www.nacsshow.com for more information. 

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