's staff attorney and will start her new role on Jan.
Scripps Coll., drawer #14, folder #17, DENISON; Fleming, "Patriarchs of Ancient Forest," 3; "Report of the Curator of the San Diego Society of Natural History, 1916," San Diego Society of Natural History, box #18, folder Letters, 1915-1916, NHMA
At the meeting, representatives from Meharry and NHMA
signed a memorandum of understanding, which establishes a relationship between the two organizations to expand outreach to Hispanic students.
One, the NHMA
leadership fellowship, trains midcareer doctors on how to be better advocates.
The National Housewares Manufacturers Association (NHMA
) has identified several market opportunities for new products.
regrouped and aided retailers and suppliers looking to conduct business.
According to the National Housewares Manufacturers Association (NHMA
), the top five housewares retailers in 1998, in order of sales volumes, were Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Kmart Corp., Costco Cos., the Target Stores division of Target Corp.
In fact, according to Perry Reynolds, director of marketing and trade development for the National Housewares Manufacturers Association (NHMA
), the housewares sections in most supermarkets are in excellent shape to not only withstand a recession, but also thrive in one.
"Our site had been essentially a library of all the things we wanted our members to know, whether they wanted to know them or not," says Perry Reynolds, director of marketing and trade development at NHMA
. "Content was something we had but we were using it in a way that wasn't appropriate for the achievement of our strategic goals.
, based in Rosemont, Ill., has developed a Web site, www.housewares.org, to help retailers and suppliers gain a better understanding of the marketplace, the International Houseware show, and individual housewares segments.