April 2008
Convenience Store News;4/14/2008, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p8
Trade Publication
The article offers information on an online poll conducted to find out public perception about whether the convenience store industry is recession-proof or not. About 14 percent of the respondents think that the industry is very recession-proof because they think that they have limited ability to reduce consumption of the products sold by convenience stores. About 53 percent respondents said that the industry is somewhat recession-proof.


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