Vending Operators – Join the AVA Board and Make a Difference

With the resignation of Neil Thomas from his position as Operator Representative to the AVA Board, we now have a vacancy for this position.

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Outgoing AVA operator member – Neil Thomas

It is an exciting time to join the Board and influence the future of our industry – so why not put your name forward?

If the company you represent is a member of the AVA, you can apply for this voluntary position on the AVA Board. The Board meets four times a year and helps to shape and guide the workings of the AVA to ensure that member interests are best served.

 

It is not all one way; there are BENEFITS TO YOU such as

  • making your mark on the industry
  • influencing the future of vending and of the AVA
  • taking a broader view of vending
  • working alongside other vending leaders
  • reaping rewards from networking with others in the vending world
  • creating new friendships and alliances

To stand for election to the Board all you need to do is complete and return the nomination form.

Please email to Penny.Rowell@the-ava.com:

  • The ‘completed 2019 AVA Operator Representative Nominations Form’
  • A personal profile (maximum 250 word brief) On your background and what you would bring to the role
  • A head and shoulders photo of yourself

AVA Board Elections

The closing date for applications is Friday 30th August, 2019.

If more than one person puts their name forward, we will carry out a members’ vote to decide which applicant joins the Board.

If you need any further information do let us know.

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