National ATM Council Announces 2020-23 Board Of Directors

Posted On: 11/11/2019

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JACKSONVILLE, FL -- The National ATM Council Inc. (NAC), the nation's leading trade association representing U.S. independent/retail ATM providers and their suppliers, announced the election of its new board of directors, effective Jan. 1, 2020. Final ballots were cast and votes tallied for the incoming board slate at the association’s annual meeting, held on Oct. 16 at its NAC2019 Conference & Expo at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, NV.

The following elected individuals will each serve three-year terms as NAC directors, beginning Jan. 1, 2020:

•  Bryan Bauer, vice-president and general manager, Kahuna ATM Solutions

•  Tim Baxter, president, SwypCo Inc.

•  Jim Cabe, managing partner, Turnkey ATM Solutions LLC

•  Greg Chiasson, director, ATMs of the South/ABSI

•  Patrick Conner, president, ATMPartMart.com

•  Ed Cramer, president, Cash on the Spot LLC/Pro-Solv Solutions LLC

•  Bonnie Dalrymple, president, Aurora Transactions Solutions LLC

•  Jim Everton, executive vice-president and general manager, eGlobal ATM

•  Scot Gardner, president, SJI ATM Inc.

•  Kenneth Gilbert, president, CORD Financial Services

•  Joseph Lee, president, Technovation Data Inc. (TDI)

•  Mike Powell, founder and chief executive, First Regents Bancservices LLC

•  George Sarantopoulos, founder and chief executive, Access One Solutions

•  Curt Selman, president, Selman Telecommunications Investment Group LLC

•  Philip Webb, president, PDQ Merchant Enterprises Inc.

“We are excited to welcome newly elected director, Joseph Lee, president of Technovation Data Inc. of Ellicott City, MD, to the NAC Board,” said NAC board chair George Sarantopoulos. “Joseph is a highly regarded ATM provider in the Mid-Atlantic region and an active supporter of NAC. Joseph is a dedicated and effective advocate in DC on behalf of our industry -- and someone who will be a great addition to our board at this very important time.

Sarantopoulos also extended his sincere thanks and appreciation to longtime NAC board member David Braddock, vice-president of Meiners Development Companies, a leading ATM provider and c-store merchant in the Midwest, for his “excellent and dedicated volunteer service so generously provided to NAC and our industry.”

“David has helped build an invaluable link between NAC and the merchant community, and his overall contributions have been significant,” Sarantopoulos continued. “The NAC board will continue to seek out his insights and input for NAC’s work in the days ahead.”

The remaining NAC directors are returning to serve an additional three-year term, “bringing important stability, continuity and proven effectiveness to guide this young member-driven national trade organization,” the association reported. NAC’s 2020-23 board makeup continues its tradition of maintaining a diverse and broad-based team of U.S. Independent non-bank ATM operators, ISOs, and vendors “to collegially set policy and lead NAC’s efforts on behalf of the industry,” according to NAC officials.

Key initiatives for 2020 will include NAC’s ongoing efforts in Washington and at the state level to restore reasonable and non-discriminatory bank account access for independent/retail ATM providers, support passage of local, state and federal laws to maintain consumer choice to pay with cash at retail across America, and continue pursuit of NAC’s 2011 federal antitrust lawsuit seeking to overturn current VISA/Mastercard network rules that mandate price-fixing for ATM services to consumers.