NAMA stands for the National Automatic Merchandising Association.
NAMA is the national trade association for the entire convenience services industry, including the food and refreshment vending, coffee service and foodservice management industries, including on-site, commissary, catering and micro markets. Our membership is comprised of service companies, equipment manufacturers and suppliers of products and services to operating service companies.
The 2021 NAMA Show will take place April 28-30 in New Orleans at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.
Yes, there are different categories of membership. Learn more about NAMA membership or contact NAMA Membership at 888.337.8363 or email@example.com.
You do not need to be a member of NAMA to attend The NAMA Show, although pricing is considerably lower for members. Anyone involved in the coffee service, micro market and vending industries are welcome to attend The NAMA Show.
Yes, children are welcome on the show floor. Children under the age of 18 can attend The NAMA Show free of charge. Please note: Strollers are not allowed on the show floor.
No, if you have a disability and require a personal care assistant, they will receive a complimentary visitor badge when you register together.
All of our exciting keynote speakers and many other educational programs are included, unless otherwise noted.
The recommended attire is business or business casual.
View the 2020 exhibitor list, composed of vending machine manufacturers; manufacturers of vendible, coffee-related and foodservice products; micro markets; suppliers of goods and services that aid vending, coffee service and foodservice and micro market operators in running their businesses.
Yes, exhibiting at The NAMA Show is a benefit of membership. However, this requirement is waived for new exhibitors as determined by NAMA. If a new exhibitor doesn’t join NAMA, they will pay the non-member exhibitor fee. To exhibit in subsequent years, they will need to join NAMA. All previous exhibitors at The NAMA Show must be a member in good standing to be eligible to exhibit. Please contact our membership department at firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information. Please also see the NAMA Business and Ethical Standards.
For all companies with exhibitor care questions contact Megan Scherman at email@example.com or 770.432.8410 x162.
The cost of carpet (required), electrical, WiFi, etc., are not included in the above rate. These services can be ordered through the show kit which is available approximately 90 days prior to the show.
In addition to everything that comes with your booth exhibit package, as a new exhibitor you will also receive:new exhibitor ribbon to readily identify your company as “new” to The NAMA Show; the opportunity to join NAMA at a special rate for your first year; and special listing of company name and booth number in The NAMA Show Program Guide.
The exhibitor manual includes all order forms, booth furnishing and carpet options, booth cleaning information, labor rates, etc. It will be available approximately 90 days before the show. Global Experience Specialists (GES) is the general service contractor for The NAMA Show, and they will offer a discount on all services ordered before the published deadline.
To update your exhibitor listing, please contact Megan Scherman at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may have an outstanding booth or membership payment.
Visit our exhibit page to reserve your booth, review dates and deadlines and find additional resources. Our exhibitor manual will be coming soon with NAMA’s exhibitor toolkit, your guide to marketing your presence at The NAMA Show and making the most of your exhibit investment.
NAMA Exhibit Manager, Megan Scherman at email@example.com or 815.321.9972.