NAMA Celebrates National Vending Day In Our Nation's Capitol

March 5, 2020

CHICAGO, IL – MARCH 5, 2020 – To mark the second annual National Vending Day, NAMA representatives are meeting with lawmakers on Capitol Hill to increase awareness regarding the industry’s Public Health Commitment.

“NAMA’s second National Vending Day is the ideal opportunity to promote the positive strides our members are taking to improve public health,” said Mike Goscinski, NAMA’s Director, Federal and State Affairs.

Formally announced in November, NAMA’s Public Health Commitment, with support from the Partnership for a Healthier America and the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, is a voluntary initiative to increase the number of ‘better for you’ offerings sold in US vending machines to 33%.

“We’ll work to ensure NAMA members’ efforts to increase healthier options are recognized by elected officials on both sides of the aisle,” added Goscinski.

National Vending Day honors the people who proudly make, sell, and enjoy the products the vending channel delivers to nearly 40 million Americans daily.  From multinational brands beloved around the world to multi-generational business owners, route drivers and plant floor employees, vending touches people’s lives in ways large and small.

Founded in 1936, NAMA is the association representing the $26 billion U.S. convenience services industry.  With more than 1,000-member companies – including many of the world’s most recognized brands – NAMA provides advocacy, education and research for its membership. Visit NAMA on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.


Tori Eberlein (left) and Roni Moore
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