Wayne Wills, Certified Oil

Belanger, Mehgan
July 2007
Convenience Store News;7/16/2007, Vol. 43 Issue 9, p82
Trade Publication
An interview with Wayne Wills, the merchandising director of Columbus, Ohio-based Certified Oil Co. is presented. When asked about his guilty pleasures, Wills answered that he has a penchant for drinking Budweiser. He comments that given a chance to be another person for a day, he likes to be Bono since he is cool and is making a difference in his life. Wills describes his work as a merchandising director as demanding, awesome, fast, exciting and fun.


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