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    NACS Releases 2008 Calendar of Events

    Events include topic-specific seminars, such as NACStech, to the industry trade show, the NACS Show 2008.

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- NACS released its calendar of events for programs taking place from May through December 2008, including category management seminars, topic-specific seminars and the industry's tradeshow, the more than 23,000 attendee, NACS Show, the association stated.

    Events taking place through 2008 include:

    NACStech 2008

    May 5 – 7; Grapevine, Texas
    Contact: Amy Ashley-Burke (877) 684-3600
    www.nacstech.com
    The most comprehensive technology event for the convenience store and petroleum retailing industry, featuring more than dozen educational workshops and more than 100 exhibits.

    NACS Introductory Category Management Seminar

    May 21 – 22; Denver
    Contact: Amy Ashley-Burke (703) 518-4239
    The introductory program provides an understanding of the basics of category management and is intended for retail category managers, marketing and merchandising managers, store operations personnel as well as suppliers.

    NACS Global Forum

    June 14 – 17; Munich, Germany
    Contact: Meredith Thomas (703) 518-4252
    The Global Forum provides convenience retailers and Global Supplier Council Members with a chance to see and hear global retailing best practices through store tours, customized presentations and research on global convenience and petroleum retailing excellence.

    NACS Leadership Executive Program at Cornell University

    Aug. 3 – 7; Ithaca, N.Y.
    Contact: Jennifer Makarsky (703) 518-4295
    The weeklong MBA-level program is designed to give rising retail executives new tools and skills as they prepare to take on key leadership roles to refine their skills, open to NACS retailer members only.

    NACS Advanced Category Management Seminar

    Sept. 11 – 12; Austin, Texas
    Contact: Amy Ashley-Burke (703) 518-4239
    The advanced program focuses on promotions, shelf management and the use of third-party data and is intended for retail category managers, marketing and merchandising managers, store operations personnel as well as suppliers.

    NACS Show 2008

    Oct. 4 – 7; Chicago
    Contact: Amy Ashley-Burke (877) 684-3600
    www.nacsshow.com
    The convenience and petroleum industry’s most comprehensive event and the top buying show in the country – across all industries. Approximately 23,000 people will attend to find new ideas and products in 30 workshops and from 1,500 exhibitors covering nearly 400,000 net square feet of exhibit space.

    NACS Introductory Category Management Seminar

    Dec. 3 - 4; Charleston, S.C.
    Contact: Amy Ashley-Burke (703) 518-4239
    The introductory program provides an understanding of the basics of category management and is intended for retail category managers, marketing and merchandising managers, store operations personnel as well as suppliers.

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