Source: National Automatic Merchandising Association | Released Feb. 19, 2014
CHICAGO -- Feb. 19 -- The National Automatic Merchandising Association's Emerging Leaders Network (ELN) announced today that it is calling for applications for its inaugural Executive Committee.
"We're establishing an Executive Committee to help shape the future of the ELN," said Paul Tullio, the ELN chair. "We've already had a number of ELN members express interest in serving in this capacity and I look forward to working with the group as it's determined."
NAMA members -- 40 and under -- interested in serving on the ELN Executive Committee should contact Michael Bittner at firstname.lastname@example.org for an application, which requires membership in ELN. The deadline for applications is March 1.
"The Executive Committee will strengthen ELN's mission -- to cultivate young talent in the vending and refreshment services industry through education and networking," said Roni Moore, vice-president of marketing and communications. "Broadening the involvement in the ELN will help elevate the group's impact on the industry and leverage their talents more effectively under Paul Tullio's leadership."
ELN members, industry leaders 40 years of age or younger, are entrepreneurs actively pursuing a higher level of professionalism in the vending and refreshment services industry. Membership is available to NAMA members at no cost.
ABOUT: Founded in 1936, NAMA represents the $42 billion U.S. vending and refreshment service industry. With more than 1,800 member companies -- including many of the world's most recognized brands -- NAMA provides advocacy, education and research for its membership.
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