The Australian Association of Convenience Stores (AACS) held its Down Under Study Tour in Sydney over two days last week.

Here are some of the highlights from day one…

Nazim Abul, Haylee Manderson, Hassan Mohammad at bp Rozelle
Sasha Clarke, PepsiCo and Deborah Cooper, Frucor Suntory
Chris Baker and Brodie Pike, Bega Dairy & Drinks
Skye Jackson addresses the group outside Ampol Woolworths MetroGo, North Ryde
The self serve coffee offer inside Ampol Woolworths MetroGo, North Ryde
L-R Skye Jackson, Natalie Crain, Adi Madireddy, Tayyab Temuri, Fahad Karim, Prerna Koyyada, Pratik Chaudhary
Theo Foukkare and Skye Jackson
Suren Gora and Rakkhitha Uyanehewage at Shell Coles Express Norwest
Stephen Crystal, Hugh Thomas, Amy Leonard, Lauren McFaul
Sarah Kevin, Nestle, Leo Santalucia, New Sunrise, Anna Matheson, Nestle at Ampol Sunrise, Parklea
Theo Foukkare, Engelbert Misquitta, Reema Prakash, Andrew Cardinale at Ampol Sunrise, Parklea
Harsika Manoranjen, Kelvin Kang, Frank Molinaro
Jason Fiddes and Hugh Watters
Non-alcoholic prosecco at Urbanista Cafe and Convenience, Colyton
Lunch at Urbanista Cafe and Convenience, Colyton
The group checking out the AACS award winning Shell Urbanista Cafe and Convenience store at Colyton
Tadros Nader, Rob Anderson, Eddy Nader
Bhupinder Singh, Theo Foukkare, Faisal Sayeed at 7-Eleven, Bungarribee
Engelbert Misquitta, Suki Singu, Andrew Cardinale, Leo Santalucia at Shell X Roads Cranebrook
Tatiana Flores and MD Islam at EG Oran Park
Corina Brown and Alysha Hartwell, EG Oran Park

Check out our e-newsletter on Thursday for highlights from day two of the AACS Down Under Study Tour.

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