Two competing convenience store chains are getting together to raise awareness of human trafficking. Kum & Go and Casey’s General Store are training their 2,500 employees through “C-SAT”, convenience stores against trafficking.

Casey’s spokesman Mike Richardson: Our employees will be trained in the next three-to-four weeks probably everyone will be completed in order to watch for any signs of human trafficking. On top of that, we’ll be placing stickers in the restrooms to either write the number down or text to somebody that they are actually in that situation.

Kum & Go has almost 400 stores in 11 states while Casey’s has 21-hundred stores in 16 states.