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Mrs. Allison Bolch Moran

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Chief Executive Officer

Racetrac Petroleum Inc.
Store Support Center 3225 Cumberland Blvd. Suite 100 (View Map)
Atlanta , Georgia 30339
United States

Company Description: Headquartered in Atlanta, GA, RaceTrac has been serving guests since 1934. RaceTrac operates more than 300 convenience store locations in five southeastern states....   more

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  • Bachelor of Arts , Psychology
    Denison University
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It also has greater flexibility for us to act on trends in the coming years," said Allison Moran, senior vice president of the company's RaceTrac division. Moran and Billy Milam, the retailer's senior vice president of store development and the company's RaceWay division, provided CSNews with an exclusive interview about the development of the new RaceTrac prototype.
Moran and Milam spearheaded the RT6K project, but the entire company - all individuals at the Store Support Center and Store Operations - had input into the new prototype, which debuted in Acworth, Ga., in January.
According to Moran and Milam, planning for the RT6K began in 2010.
"At that time, we had not drastically modified the interior layout of our stores in almost seven years, yet our model had been evolving over that time period," said Moran.
"We wanted to break the mold, to be perceived as a neighborhood store that is beyond the typical convenience retailer and closer to a QSR," said Allison Moran, RaceTrac's senior vice president.
Breaking the Mold From the beginning, RaceTrac's team wanted to have a softer, more open feel to the store. It sought to incorporate a more intuitive design for guests and more flexibility for the retailer to create opportunities as they develop within the retail landscape.
"We wanted to break the mold, to be perceived as a neighborhood store that is beyond the typical convenience retailer and closer to a QSR [quick-service restaurant]," said Moran, who added that one of the key references that shaped their thinking was the work done in 2009 by the NACS/Coca-Cola Retailing Research Council. "Finding Your Way Forward," the Council's report, "framed a lot of our thinking and gave us a platform from which we launched much of our initial planning and considerations," she said.
Inside the store, the RT6K allocates more space to immediate consumables like food and dispensed beverages within the sales area. However, most of the expansion in the store footprint, according to Moran and Milam, is in the areas of the store that guests never see.
"Our store teams told us the backroom in our stores was tight and somewhat inefficient," said Moran. "We focused on making our team members' lives simpler and more enjoyable by increasing the size and backroom adjacencies and making space on the sales floor so tasks are completed more readily, thus giving our team members more time to serve our guests."
"The RT6K is brighter, more open and more intuitive for our guests. It also has greater flexibility for us to act on trends in the coming years." - Allison Moran, RaceTrac Petroleum
From left: Store Manager Chuck Adams, RaceTrac Senior VP Allison Moran, Acworth Mayor Tommy Allegood, RaceTrac President Max Lenker, Georgia Community Partnerships Manager Kristi McLinskey and Georgia Director of Operations Eric Ritter celebrate the opening of the RT6K prototype in Acworth, Ga.
"We had to analyze every aspect of our operation and consider what changes needed to be made throughout the system so we could get the most out of our investment," said Moran.
RaceTrac has received overwhelmingly enthusiastic feedback from both customers and employees who love the new RT6K. prototype.
To do this effectively, RaceTrac involved individuals from all over the organization. "We asked them to candidly identify the pain points of our current store model. We sought their input and feedback on the new design and even developed a mock store so our team members could walk the environment and genuinely experience the design," Moran explained.
Moran and Milam said all of RaceTrac's major markets will have at least one RT6K by the end of October, with Atlanta leading the way with six prototypes this year.
Moran and Milam said they've received overwhelmingly positive feedback from their guests and even store associates.
Everyone not only wants an RT6K in their market, but they are clamoring for an opportunity to work in one," said Moran.
Despite the positive results and reviews, RaceTrac views RT6K as a work in progress still. "It's in our DNA to continually innovate and improve," said Moran, whose father is company chairman, CEO and 2009 CSNewsHall of Famer Carl Bolch Jr. "But we're obviously very proud of all the hard work our team put into this store."
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Allison Moran
Allison Moran is Chief Executive Officer of RaceTrac. She joined her family's 80 year-old business, RaceTrac Petroleum, Inc., in 1994, working in the Operations Department as a Training Coordinator. She was promoted to Vice President of Human Resources in 1999, and then Senior Vice President in 2005. During her tenure in this role, additional oversight of the Operations, Category Management, Marketing Information Systems, Logistics and Special Projects fell under her purview.
Foundation Board of Trustees - Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, 27 June 2015 [cached]
Allison Moran CEO RaceTrac Petroleum
Allison Moran, CEO of ..., 19 Oct 2015 [cached]
Allison Moran, CEO of RaceTrac Petroleum, which won the award last year, presented Gus Olympidis, founder, president and CEO of Family Express, with the Chain of the Year Award.
In keeping with tradition, Allison Moran, CEO of RaceTrac Petroleum, CSD's 2014 Convenience Store Chain of the Year, presented this year's award to this year's award recipient, accepted by Gus Olympidis, founder, president and CEO of Family Express.
Family Express embodies all these qualities and more," Moran said.
Enjoy an afternoon of networking as ..., 1 Oct 2015 [cached]
Enjoy an afternoon of networking as well as an inspirational presentation by guest speaker Allison Moran, CEO of Racetrac Petroleum Inc. $45 preregistration, $50 at the door. The Metropolitan Club, 5895 Windward Parkway, Alpharetta. Contact Lillian Morgado,
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