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December 2004
Convenience Store News;12/13/2004, Vol. 40 Issue 15, p86
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The article informs that CCISTech Inc. released Reward Gateway, a program that enables retailers without fuel outlets to cross-market grocery products with gasoline sold at nearby participating service stations. The program is installed at gas pumps, and customers can scan their loyalty card or paper receipts after buying select products from a specific retailer to redeem fuel discounts. Wesco Convenience Stores, Tornton Oil, Quick Chek Food Stores Inc., Albertson's Fuel Centers and Town and Country stores selected Trax Retail Solutions' Loss Prevention Power Suite software and services, including ShrinkTrax for POS, a proactive loss prevention tool.


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