SERVING THE VENDING, OCS, & FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT INDUSTRY IN mARYLAND & WASHINGTON DC.
The MD-DC Vending Association was formed in January of 1961 as an affiliated state council of the National Automatic Merchandising Association. Membership includes over fifty operator, supplier, broker, and distributor companies. Several opportunities each year, including a Fall Membership Meeting & a Spring Annual Meeting, provide a chance for members to share tricks of the trade & to learn about new products and services. As a member of the MD-DC Vending Association you will have the opportunity to exchange ideas & work together to help better the industry as a whole.
The MD-DC Vending Association is dedicated to promoting common business interests & maintain the general welfare of the automatic merchandising industry in your state. All while, improving the industry's service to the public, cooperating with government officials in advancing the public interest, & improving conditions within the industry.
Legislative Support: We monitor legislation that would have an adverse effect on our industry. This allows us to act before a legislator’s idea becomes law.
Security Committees: Our security committee alerts members whenever criminals appear to be targeting vending companies in their area. By sharing information and working with local law enforcement, these committees help to increase security awareness at the local level.
Publications: Membership lists, legislative bulletins, & meeting minutes help members maintain contact with fellow vendors & suppliers, while staying up-to-date on association activities, industry regulations, trends & any items of concern.
Membership in your state vending association helps support local efforts to keep you & your fellow industry members informed on the issues which affect your bottom line. Along with providing a strong presence & voice when confronting legislative & regulatory issues within the vending industry.
MD-DC's membership is by company. All employees or representatives of a member company are granted the privileges of membership.
Board of Directors
The MD/DC BOD guides the association, planning strategy and deciding on the direction of the organization and its work. They steer the association towards a sustainable future by adopting sound ethical and legal governance, and financial management policies.
NAMA SHOW AND COFFEE, TEA, & WATER - TOGETHER IN 2021
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8/18/2021 - 8/20/2021
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ANNUAL meeting 2019
CONTACT & PAY
Maryland-DC Vending Association, Inc.
A State Council of National Automatic Merchandising Association
1777 N Kent Street, # 1010
Arlington, VA 22209
Josh Walberg joined NAMA in 2020 as the Manager of State Councils. He moved to DC in January of 2019 to be closer to his family and to run the Business + Government Relations track of The Fund for American Studies D.C. Summer Programs. Prior to this, he worked for a college in Chicago with their recruitment and development team. There he traveled extensively around North America, speaking to students and teachers to promote their academic initiatives.
Josh moved to D.C. after living in downtown Chicago’s River North neighborhood. He enjoys playing tennis and following most Chicago sports teams, especially the Cubs. After graduating college, Josh was trained as a bartender and worked at a cocktail bar in the Chicago Loop. He now enjoys exploring his Capitol Hill neighborhood and is an active member at the Capitol Hill Baptist Church. Josh studied at The University of Toledo in northwest Ohio before finishing his bachelor of arts at The Moody Bible Institute in Chicago.
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