A not-for-profit organization for convenience stores.
A Regional Association
Convenience store owners and operators in Atlantic Canada, were enthusiastic about the possibility of what a regional association could potentially do for the industry and the Atlantic Convenience Stores Association, more commonly referred to today as the ACSA, was established.
The Atlantic Convenience Stores Association is a paid membership, not-for-profit organization representing convenience store owners and operators in Atlantic Canada. Our mission is to ensure an economically viable and sustainable business environment for our convenience store members.
Our mission is to ensure an economically viable and sustainable business environment for our convenience store members.
Liaisons with Governments
Much of the work the ACSA is involved with is liaising with provincial governments on a wide range of regulatory matters affecting the convenience store industry in Atlantic Canada. This includes retail gasoline, the retailing of beverage alcohol, tobacco and contraband tobacco, vaping, workplace health and safety, minimum wage, environmental stewardship and government red tape.
The ACSA is tasked with helping consumers, the media, elected officials and government bureaucrats understand and appreciate that convenience stores are an integral part of the communities they serve and have an important role to play in the lifeblood of a vibrant and prosperous community.
Our Board of Directors
The ACSA has an active, experienced, and proactive volunteer Board of Directors. The Directors are comprised of a mix of successful independent and corporate members. The current directors are: