Federal Heath named to help oversee new C-StorePoint conferences

Tim Smith, Federal Heath’s Director of Business Development, has been named to the 8-member Advisory Board for a new series of conferences for Convenience Store retailers and suppliers, C-StorePoint. The first event will be held April 28-May 1, 2019.

C-StorePoint is based on a business-intensive Connecting Point model currently used in the retail, restaurant, healthcare and hotel industries. The event directly connects senior-level chain executives responsible for the in-store experience for the C-Store market with suppliers offering innovation and seeking new partnerships. It’s based on delivering a highly focused experience with individualized agendas to maximize each company’s outcome.

C-StorePoint’s Charter Advisory Board is comprised of influential chain executives and suppliers, including well-known companies such as 7-11, Circle K, Pilot Travel Centers, and a handful of key suppliers. Federal Heath is proud to be selected, based on our reputation for professionalism, work in the C-Store marketplace, and contributions to other Connecting Point events.

As an Advisory Board member, Tim will help guide programs and themes, speakers, agendas, and other key elements of C-StorePoint to ensure its value to retailers and suppliers. The kick-off event expects to draw more than 40 top C-Store executives who wish to leverage innovations, gain insights from industry peers, and build new relationships.

Tim brings 23 years of Federal Heath experience to the Advisory Board, currently engaging in small event venues with workshops and lunch-n-learns for architectural design firms. Besides Director of Business Development, he has also served as Design Manager, Estimating Manager, and Director of Manufacturing following six years of service in the Air Force. He is married with two children.

Federal Heath provides turnkey signage solutions and services for some of the best-known C-Stores in the country, including traditional signs, maintenance, specialty contracting, digital signage, and printed graphics.