The Mid-America Automatic Merchandising Association will hold its annual convention June 10 to June 12 in Lake Ozark, Mo. The featured speaker will be Ned Monroe, National Automatic Merchandising Association senior vice president of government affairs, who will give members advice on how to protect their companies from the government's attack on their bottom line. Topics will include health care reform, calorie disclosure in vending, ADA reach regulations, tax increases and tax breaks. The Missouri and Kansas lobbyists will also be present to give state legislative updates. In addition to the business meeting, the weekend will include a silent auction, pool party and networking receptions, plus spouse and children's programs. For additional registration information, contact Kim Radulski at email@example.com.