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Articles Tagged with ''American Supply Association''
Beginning with the January 2014 issue of Supply House Times, five prominent ASA distributor members will once again be featured in a two-part, in-depth interview.
ASA is proud to announce these companies have joined as its newest members
2013 will be the second consecutive year that ASA has achieved net membership growth, a milestone not reached in decades.
As ASA completes 2013 with its second consecutive year of net membership growth, ASA members enjoy a renewed sense of excitement having supported the association.
With NetworkASA 2013 being held in Washington, D.C., one of the main attractions of the convention was the opportunity for ASA members to meet with their members of Congress.
As I write my second-to-last letter having just returned from 2013 in Washington D.C., “refreshed” and “enthusiastic” are two terms that come to mind from not only my perspective as ASA president, but also as a convention attendee.
With Halloween having recently passed, I recall as a child going to a haunted house at our town’s American Legion hall. While other children were screaming, I looked at the costumed American Legion worker holding a fake chainsaw and gave him a “come on, now” look as I shook my head and walked away.
Joe Poehling of Madison, Wis.-based First Supply and Pat Adams of Kansas City, Mo.-based MKS Pipe and Valve Co. were presented with ASA’s 2013 IPD and Plumbing Division awards of excellence respectively at NetworkASA 2013 in Washington.
ASA members participating in NetworkASA 2013 in Washington, D.C., Oct. 2-4 experienced a wide range of emotions during their stay in our nation’s capital.
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