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Euro Garages founders crowned leaders of the year

13 April, 2016

Zuber and Mohsin Issa, CEOs of Top 50 Indie Euro Garages, have won a prestigious award presented by NACS (National Association of Convenience Stores) in the US.

They have been have jointly named the 2016 NACS Insight European Convenience Industry Leader of the Year, and the award will be presented at the Convenience Summit – Europe, in London on June 9.

“I am delighted that Zuber and Mohsin Issa have won this award, which recognises that progress in our sector is often driven by the energies, determination and vision of individual leaders,” said Dan Munford, managing director of Insight.

“The Euro Garages UK story began with a single gas station. Hundreds of store openings and many new-to-industry site builds later, the Issa brothers are positioned for an even more exciting European and international future.”

As winners, Euro Garages will deliver a keynote address on June 9 at the NACS Insight Convenience Summit – Europe, sharing the company’s core business principles, operational execution and the key trends impacting today’s convenience retail industry landscape. Immediately before the address, Mohsin Issa will receive the award and participate in an interactive conversation with NACS president and CEO Henry Armour.





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