• Committees

  • Build your network and share your interests while raising your profile as an industry leader. 

    Committees are open to all members.

    Here’s what you can expect to gain by joining a committee:

    • Access to different perspectives from a variety of professionals.
    • Government affairs strategies aimed to protect, preserve, and advance the association and industry.
    • Leadership opportunities and enhanced visibility.
    • Peer-networking with high-profile professionals within the industry.
    • Professional development and relationship building opportunities.
       

    Central Texas Food & Fuel Committee

    The Central Texas Food & Fuel Committee's membership includes retailers and suppliers who operate facilities in Bell, Blanco, Burnet, Caldwell, Lee, Hays, Milam, Travis, Washington, and Williamson counties. The committee hosts several events each year to provide opportunities for fellowship and networking. Proceeds from these events are used to fund an annual scholarship award.

    Staff Liaison - Dana Fuller


    Council on Transportation

    Newly created committee interfacing with DPS/DOT on regulatory issues, provide input to the staff on technological trends and educational needs, and acts as a forum for members operating transportation assets to network on issues related to safety, regulation, and profitability of transportation operations.


    Legislative Committee

    - Guides the association’s positions on legislative, regulatory and related issues.
    - Committee discussion includes both state and federal issues as well as political developments impacting the industries represented by the association.

    Staff Liaison - Paul Hardin, CAE
    Staff Liaison - Scott Fisher


    Membership Committee

    - Guides the association’s initiatives to promote membership and participation.
    - Committee discussions includes membership organization, participation and promotion.

    Staff Liaison - Paul Hardin, CAE
    Staff Liaison - Scott Fisher


    Retail Operations Committee

    - Guides the association’s positions on issues related to the operation of retail facilities including convenience stores and grocery stores.
    - Committee discussions include both state and federal regulatory affairs as well as industry developments.

    Staff Liaison - Scott Fisher


    Political Action Committee

    The Texas Food & Fuel Association PAC makes campaign contributions to elected officials and candidates for elective office. The PAC’s contributions are limited to members of the Texas House of Representatives, Texas Senate as well as statewide officeholders including Governor, Lt. Governor, Comptroller of Public Accounts, Commissioner of the Department of Agriculture and others.

    Contributions from the PAC to candidates and elected officials are approved by the PAC Trustees. The PAC Trustees include three members of the Board of Directors appointed by the Chairman and the four regional directors of the association. The association makes every effort to deliver PAC contributions in the officeholder’s home district with our members’ participation.

    Contributions to the PAC must be in the form of personal monies (no corporate funds are permitted). The association hosts events throughout the year to raise funds for the PAC in addition to personal and mailed solicitations.

    Staff Liaison - Matt Burgin


     Wholesale Operations Committee

    - Guides the association’s positions on issues related to the bulk sale of motor fuels and lubricants.
    - Committee discussions includes both state and federal regulatory affairs as well as industry developments.

    Staff Liaison - Scott Fisher


    Wranglers

    The Wranglers are a committee of the Texas Food & Fuel Association and provide fellowship and networking opportunities for supplier and wholesale grocery members.

    Committee members assist in the planning of fundraising activities, recruitment and retention of committee member and election of three of its members to serve on the Texas Food & Fuel Association’s Board of Directors. In return for their commitment to serve the Association, committee members benefit from enhanced visibility, peer engagement, and leadership opportunities.

    Funds raised by The Wranglers are used to support the Association’s scholarship foundation, of which $40,000 has been awarded since its inception in 2000 and given annually to a dependent child of a supplier or wholesale grocery member, or one of their employees.

    Why join The Wranglers? Exposure, recognition during Association meetings and events, enhanced leadership opportunities, and relationship building through a variety of networking mixers.

    Staff Liaison - Dana Fuller

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