Chris Truesdell, Quik Trip Corp

Belanger, Mehgan
May 2008
Convenience Store News;5/5/2008, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p82
Trade Publication
An interview with Chris Truesdell, chief information officer (CIO) at QuikTrip Corp., is presented. When asked about his favorite destination, he refers to Manitoba. If he won't be an CIO, he would prefer to play the role of Mike Rowe in television show "Dirty Jobs." As a child he wanted to become an attorney.


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