A West Virginia congresswoman, Shelley Moore Capito, is planning to visit Royal Vendors and Automated Merchandising Systems (AMS) in Kearneysville, W.V. on Wednesday, Sept. 4.
The congresswoman will meet with industry employees, be updated on technological advances in vending manufacturing and receive information on regulatory and legislative issues important to the industry.
“We’re honored Congresswoman Capito will be visiting two of NAMA’s key vending machine manufacturers,” said Eric Dell, NAMA’s senior vice president of government affairs, in a prepared statement. “She has long demonstrated her understanding of the importance of manufacturing in America. During her visits, she’ll see the innovations the vending industry is producing and the economic driver it can be. At the same time, both Royal Vendors and Automated Systems look forward to updating the congresswoman on the services they offer and the economic impact that they provide in the Eastern West Virginia Panhandle.”