Steve Munisteri to keynote NAMA's Fly-in

CANADIAN VENDING MAGAZINE
July 23, 2018
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Steve Munisteri to keynote NAMA's Fly-in
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NAMA announced that Steve Munisteri, Principal Deputy Director of the Office of Public Liaison for the White House, will be the featured keynote Tuesday, July 24 at the Fairmont Georgetown as part of the association’s Fly-In.  

Munisteri, the former chair of the Republican Party of Texas and former senior advisor to the presidential campaign of Rand Paul, will share his views on the news of the day, with a focus on mid-term elections and their impact on the convenience services industry.

“We look forward to welcoming Steve Munisteri to the Fly-In. Given that Steve is a key member of the White House staff with more than two decades of experience in politics, both at the state and federal levels, this will be a significant opportunity for NAMA members to hear an insider’s perspective, adding to the breadth and scope of experiences the Fly-In offers,” said Eric Dell, NAMA’s senior vice president in a press release.  

 “Join the nearly 300 convenience services colleagues at the Fly-In.  Together, we can do much more work, with greater meaning, collaborating with members from around the country participating. At the end of the day, NAMA’s overall advocacy goal is to deliver results that benefit your bottom line,” he continued.

Registration for this event is free for NAMA members; family members and colleagues are invited. Founded in 1936, NAMA is the association representing the US$25 billion 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.

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