NACDS announces opening of registration for 2014 Annual Meeting
ARLINGTON, Va. — The National Association of Chain Drug Stores announced on Friday that registration for the 2014 NACDS Annual Meeting is now open.
The meeting will take place April 26 to 29, 2014 in Scottsdale, Ariz., and online registration is accessible by visiting the NACDS Annual Meeting website.
“The NACDS Annual Meeting truly is one of a kind, offering unique opportunities for retail executives from drug, food and mass merchandising and their supplier partners that continue long-after the meeting concludes,” stated NACDS president and CEO Steve Anderson.
The NACDS Annual Meeting compliments the full lineup of NACDS meetings and conferences. Combined with the NACDS Total Store Expo and NACDS Regional Chain Conference, these events reflect NACDS’ commitment to delivering value to its members, while serving the diverse membership of the association in very relevant ways.
While looking ahead to 2014, NACDS maintains its laser-like focus on the NACDS Total Store Expo, which will debut Aug. 10 to 13 in Las Vegas. The exhibit floor of NACDS’ newest trade show is sold out, demonstrating the industry’s commitment to the innovative trade show, NACDS stated. In addition, opportunities are abound for attendees with programming, strategic exchanges and educational sessions at the NACDS Total Store Expo.
In addition, registration for the 2014 NACDS Regional Chain Conference is open. Designed for senior retail executives operating up to 250 stores, the NACDS Regional Chain Conference offers programming and educational opportunities with fellow peers and trading partners.
“Together, the NACDS Regional Chain Conference, NACDS Annual Meeting and NACDS Total Store Expo create a trifecta of powerful, innovative industry meetings that are essential for day-to-day business of retailers and suppliers,” added Anderson.
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