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A&M Plans Vending Training School Prior To NAMA OneShow

by Staff Reporter
Posted On: 4/8/2016

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TAGS: vending machine repair, A&M Equipment Sales, vending operators, NAMA's OneShow

LITHONIA, GA -- A&M Equipment Sales is planning a free vending repair school for operators on April 11 and 12, immediately prior to the National Automatic Merchandising Association's OneShow convention and exposition in Chicago (April 13-15). The sessions will be held at the company's 40,000-sq.-ft. facility in Lithonia, GA.

For operators planning to fly from Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to Chicago, A&M is arranging transportation from the airport to its Lithonia headquarters. Details on the event are available here. To register, click here.

A&M began in 1964 as an operating company, and has grown into a full-service distributor and technical services resource for the vending industry. It has one of the largest inventories of new and refurbished vending machines in the Southeast. The company is exhibiting in booth No. 1423 at NAMA's OneShow.