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NAW Membership

Several Large Company CEOs discuss why being an NAW member is an integral part of their company’s success and the continue value they receive from their NAW membership.

Kevin Short, President & CEO of Polymershapes, discusses why, since 2006, he has been a member of NAW and the intangible ROI that he sees by being a member.

Charles (Chuck) Cohen, Managing Partner of Benco Dental, talks with Adam Isenberg, NAW Vice President – Corporate Relations, and goes into detail about what specific items he and his company have gained by being an NAW member since 1988.

Scott Teerlinck, President & CEO of Werner Electric Supply, talks with Adam Isenberg, NAW Vice President – Corporate Relations, and explains the value that he and his team has seen by being an NAW member for just a few short years.

Meredith Reuben, CEO and Owner of EBP Supply, talks with Adam Isenberg, NAW Vice President – Corporate Relations, and explains why EBP Supply has been such a long standing member of NAW and the ROI they receive from membership.

 

Several key leaders of large company wholesale distribution companies confirm the value of NAW membership from a vast of perspectives across the distribution industry.

Nathan Potter, CEO of DW Distribution, talks with Adam Isenberg, NAW Vice President – Corporate Relations, about the value and ROI he and his company benefit from by utilizing the NAW Publications.

 

“Parksite is an NAW member because they provide us new and current information that we use to help service our customers and suppliers.”

George Pattee, Chairman of the Board, Parksite

“First Supply is an NAW Member because it gives me the opportunity to see the landscape of the industry and the forces that are affecting it and to network with other people to see what they are doing to address these forces. This allows me to be a better businessperson.”

-Joseph Poehling, President & CEO, First Supply

 

“Ewing is an NAW ember because, having been a member for over 40 years, we feel that we really can’t find another trade association that gives us the education about new trends in the industry and engagement at a political level that helps businesses.”

-Doug York, President, Ewing Irrigation Products

“Martin, Inc. is an NAW member because we needed additional resources and NAW provided that as a “three-legged stool” of government relations, networking and training.”

-Doug Ruggles, CEO of Martin, Inc.

 

Ron Calhoun, President and CEO of Palmer Donavin, talks with Adam Isenberg, NAW Vice President – Corporate Relations, about the connections he has been able to make by being an NAW member and the direct benefits his company has seen because of it.

Dan Blaylock, President & CEO of Trimark – Adams Burch, talks with Adam Isenberg, NAW Vice President – Corporate Relations, and goes into detail about why he continues to be a member of NAW and why he likes to feel “uncomfortable” at the various NAW events he participates in.

NAW's Large Company Roundtables

Charles (Chuck) Cohen, Managing Partner of Benco Dental, talks with Adam Isenberg, NAW Vice President – Corporate Relations, and goes into detail about how the NAW now has specific and dedicated programs and solutions for others within the distribution C-Suite.

“Hirsch Pipe & Supply is an NAW member because, summarizing it in one word, I’d say “perspective.” NAW gives us the chance to be exposed to speakers on the cutting edge of technology, politics and the economy. Which gives us a chance to take stock of the direction that you’re going and to return to the office with a renewed sense of direction.”

-Doug Evans, CFO, Hirsch Pipe & Supply Company

“DW Distribution is an NAW member because the business events provide a valuable opportunity to network with non-competing peers and leave the meetings with great takeaways that will help impact our business.”

-Nathan Potter, CEO, DW Distribution

“Bossard is an NAW Member because the roundtable meetings are valuable and provide an opportunity to hold meaningful discussions with other professionals in the industry.”

-Steen Hansen, President & CEO, Bossard North America

A verity of CEOs from large distribution firms across all commodity lines discuss why NAW’s Government Relations advocacy is vitally important to them, their companies, and the entire distribution industry.

 

Scott Teerlinck, President & CEO of Werner Electric Supply, talks with Adam Isenberg, NAW Vice President – Corporate Relations, and discusses the impact that NAW’s Government Affairs team has and why it is critical to support their efforts through membership.

Charles (Chuck) Cohen, Managing Partner of Benco Dental talks with Adam Isenberg, NAW Vice President – Corporate Relations and discusses why, even though he might not personally agree with some of NAW’s politics, he, for his business, supports NAW’s Government Relations efforts wholeheartedly and sees great value in what the NAW team does in Washington, D.C.

Several key leaders of large company wholesale distribution companies confirm the value of NAW ‘s Government Relations advocacy from vast perspectives across the distribution industry.

NAW's Executive Summit

Kevin Short, President & CEO of Polymershapes, describes why, since 2008, he continues to attend the NAW Executive Summit and why he now brings several of his senior staff with him to Washington, D.C.

Nathan Potter, CEO of DW Distribution, talks with Adam Isenberg, NAW Vice President – Corporate Relations, about why he continues to attend the NAW Executive Summit.

Michael Souders, Vice President of Sales at WinSupply, Robert (Rob) Ferguson, Area Leaders at WinSupply, and Cory Calderon, Director of Organizational Development for Valin Corporation talk with Adam Isenberg, NAW Vice President – Corporate Relations, about why they are participating in their first NAW Executive Summit.

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