The extended period of lower gas prices has certainly been embraced by Americans who overwhelming say that low prices are good for the U.S. economy. However, there are significant variations to what consumers say they are doing with the extra money in their pocket. More than half of consumers say they’re either saving more or paying off debt, but in reality, retail is winning these dollars – and c-stores are near the top of that list. On this episode of Convenience Matters, we examine why.
Jeff Lenard and Donovan Woods