NAMA Announces 2018 Scholars

Posted On: 9/11/2018

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CHICAGO -- The National Automatic Merchandising Association Foundation announced its four 2018 NAMA Scholars.
 
They are Steve Boucher, regional director, Compass Group/Canteen; Jonathon Holden, director of sales, All Star Services (Port Huron, MI); Ashley Hubler, chief marketing officer, U-Select-It; and Hans Lutkefedder, vice-president, operations, Vend Natural Holdings (Annapolis, MD).
 
The NAMA Scholars program is designed exclusively for association members interested in broadening their career and leadership skills through NAMA's Executive Development Program (EDP). This year, the NAMA Foundation is awarding four scholarships to NAMA’s EDP at Michigan State University, including one scholarship supported by NAMA's Emerging Leaders Network (ELN).
 
With each award valued at nearly $4,000, the four recipients will each be granted full program scholarships and will be reimbursed for travel up to $500.
 
The NAMA Scholars program is funded annually through voluntary contributions made to the NAMA Foundation.