NACS


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AcronymDefinition
NACSNational Association of Convenience Stores
NACSNetware Asynchronous Communications Server
NACSNational Association of College Stores
NACSNorthwest Allen County Schools (Indiana)
NACSNorth American Catalan Society
NACSNordic Association for Canadian Studies (University of Turku; Finland)
NACSNorth American Catalysis Society
NACSNorth American Challenge Skate (figure skating competition)
NACSNational Advisory Committee On Semiconductors
NACSNippon Association of Consumer Specialists (Japan)
NACSNational American Chemical Society
NACSNordic Association for China Studies
NACSNorth American Counter-Strike (gaming)
NACSNetwork Access Control System
NACSNorth American Container System
NACSNational Association of Consumer Shows
NACSNational Association for Check Safekeeping
NACSNorth American Cockatiel Society
NACSNeutral Atmosphere Composition Spectrometer
NACSNeural and Cognitive Sciences (Maryland)
NACSNorth American Clivia Society
NACSNetWare Asynchronous Communications Server (Novell)
NACSNorth Asia Cable System (Level 3 Communications, Inc.)
NACSNorthern Area Communications System
NACSNational Academy of Construction Safety
NACSNorthwest Academic Computing Consortium
NACSNetwork and Computing Services (University of California, Irvine)
NACSNetwork of Anti-Corruption Specialists
NACSNetWare Asynchronous Connection Service (Novell)
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If you can't imagine initiating or engaging in a conversation with legislators, rest assured - the NACS Government Relations team will offer the support and help you need to communicate effectively with Congress.
A few recent news reports confirm that the NACS Show is the place to find new ideas and solutions to grow your business.
So, what issues are NACS advocating for on your behalf?
The session, presented by NACS Magazine, will be part of the annual industry-focused Business Strategy Day at the NACS Show.
The NACS Show was scored as having the highest percentage of attendees with net buying influence, also known as "buying power" - 97 percent, according to the report, which used attendee surveys to provide statistical data on dozens of major trade shows held in 2009.