Last week, Pinnacle President and CEO, Bob Johnson, hit the road again to visit our long-time client, Stewart's Shops, in Ballston Spa, New York. Stewart’s Shops has been in business for more than 70 years, continually evolving to meet the needs and changes of the industry. Today there are over 335 Stewart’s Shops located in 31 counties across upstate New York and southern Vermont, with two thirds of our shops selling gas.
This week, Pinnacle hit the road again to visit our long-time client, Double Quick, in Indianola, Mississippi. We were fortunate to have Double Quick's Vice President of Information Technology, Howard Hyche, as Master of Ceremonies this year at our annual Pinnacle Summit! Summit 2017 brought together clients from around the country and valued industry partners across the spectrum- into a group environment that promoted best practices, collaboration and future innovation.
Our time at Double Quick afforded us the opportunity to see the Pinnacle Palm POS in action in a number of the Double Quick locations- as well as see the fine-tuned operations, spotless store management, and outstanding customer service that has made Double Quick a community leader in Mississippi. Double Quick convenience stores also utilize Palm POS for their integrated quick-service restaurants and newly opened travel plaza that we were fortunate to tour during our visit.
Pinnacle's commitment to industry involvement, supplier partnerships and client collaboration is what sets us apart from other software providers and makes us the leader in convenience store technologies.
Fresh off the heels of our annual client conference, Summit 2017, Pinnacle President and CEO Bob Johnson traveled Waco, Texas to see the latest store from valued client, Road Ranger. While there, he had a chance to visit with the store manager and district representatives and admire their bright, airy and efficient store concept.