NAMA's Supervisor Development Program: Sign Up Now And Qualify For Deeply Discounted OneShow Badge
Source: National Automatic Merchandising Association | Released Mar. 1, 2013
(CHICAGO) March 1, 2013 -- Leverage your NAMA membership to train your top employees by registering today for the highly regarded Supervisor Development Program, April 22-24. An added bonus: SDP registration qualifies members for an all-time low entry fee to OneShow of $45.
"We are delighted to offer members this tremendous value," said Joann DeNardis, NAMA's Associate Director of OneShow and Member Services. "NAMA takes its role to provide our membership with education that pays off in the marketplace very seriously and SDP is one of our signature programs. With the added bonus of participating in the OneShow at the lowest possible cost, the combination of the SDP curriculum plus the industry networking opportunities creates an unequalled training experience."
"By using real-world scenarios, first-rate instructors and time-tested methodology, the SDP program really delivers value," DeNardis said. "Participants will complete the program with a Personal Action Plan, putting their new knowledge and skills to work to advance their career and boost company performance."
"The Supervisor Development Program has given me many useful ways to improve my performance as a supervisor and to help make my employees better at their job, focusing on customers on a more meaningful level," said Jana Leoni of PrairieFire Coffee Roasters.
Registration is now open at www.NAMAOneShow.org. Discounts are available for NAMA member companies registering multiple employees. All paid participants are eligible for a discounted badge to attend the OneShow, April 24-26. Interested attendees can learn more about the program on NAMA's website.
Founded in 1936, NAMA is the association representing the $42 billion U.S. vending and refreshment services industry. With 1800 member companies -- including many of the world's most recognized brands -- NAMA provides advocacy, education and research to its membership.