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Association Partners

The ALA is a modern, best practice trade association that has become industry’s “First Call” when dealing with the complex issues of navigating the military marketplace. The military channel is comprised of military Commissaries, Exchanges, Morale, Welfare and Recreation¬†services, and the Veteran’s Canteen Service.

FMI provides leadership to retailers and wholesalers of food and consumer products, as well as to their supplier partners, by fostering their growth and promoting their role in feeding families and enriching the lives of their customers.

The GMA and its member companies are committed to meeting the needs of consumers through product innovation, responsible business practices and effective public policy solutions developed through a genuine partnership with policymakers and other stakeholders.

A vital role of GMA is to serve as a central resource for our members, providing industry model practices and a means for collaboration between members, retailers and service providers on important challenges and opportunities facing the industry.

Founded in 1961 as the National Association of Convenience Stores, NACS (nacsonline.com) is celebrating its 50th anniversary as the international association for convenience and fuel retailing. The U.S. convenience store industry, with more than 146,000 stores across the country, posted $575 billion in total sales in 2010, of which $385 billion were motor fuels sales. NACS has 2,100 retail and 1,600 supplier member companies that do business in nearly 50 countries.

NCA is the major association representing the entire confectionery industry, offering education and leadership in manufacturing, technical research, public relations, retailing practices, government relations, and statistical analyses.  As NCA grows, the association continues to provide those services that enable members to meet the wide range of ever-changing business challenges in the years ahead and improve the climate for the healthy growth of confectionery sales.

The Promotion Optimization Institute (POI) brings together manufacturers, retailers, solution providers, analysts, academics and other industry leaders to share cross-functional best practices in both structured and informal settings. The goal is collaborative promotion optimization through a focus on the customer / shopper through sales, marketing, and merchandising strategies.

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