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BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP

None of the changes in the PHC, PVF and water systems wholesaling industry are more evident than those in the manufacturer/rep/wholesaler relationship. Never has it been more important for these industry partners to have a close and effective relationship.

Building strong, mutually profitable relationships between wholesalers and their suppliers has been NCWA\'s primary objective since its beginning. NCWA\'s meetings, seminars and Annual Conventions are prime opportunities to become better acquainted with your industry peers, and to build stronger relationships with your business partners.

The North Central Wholesalers Association is one of the regional associations affiliated with the American Supply Association. North Central Wholesalers Association serves wholesale distributors of plumbing, heating, cooling and piping products in Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

Members belong to North Central Wholesalers Association which was created by a merger of Central Wholesalers Association and Michigan Association of Distributors in 2003.

During the year NCWA offers its members seminars, workshops, newsletters, industry statistics, annual regional convention and other traditional trade association programs.

Through its sponsored programs and activities, NCWA continuously exerts its best efforts toward the development of more efficient, effective and economical distribution of the products of the industry
for the benefit of all.

The price for membership is $225.00 now.


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