NAC 2014 Conference & Expo

On November 18-20th, 2014, at the Tropicana Las Vegas, the National ATM Council, Inc. (NAC) will host the premier trade association event for independent ATM providers and suppliers throughout the US.


The National ATM Council, Inc. is the leading industry association, and represents independent ATM providers and suppliers across the country. The National ATM Council, as a not-for-profit trade association, supports and protects the interests of independent ATM owners, operators, and suppliers. Headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, the Council provides resources on their website and hosts annual conferences to further their member’s causes.

The NAC2014 Conference & Expo will boast speakers from MasterCard and the Federal Bureau of Investigation in a three day Las Vegas extravaganza hosted at Tropicana Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada. From the National ATM Council’s website:

“NAC2014 will present up to date, to the point information on the state of the US ATM industry, EMV migration, virtual currency/mobile transaction developments, new business opportunities, suggestions on how to optimize your ATM route, legal/regulatory/legislative updates, compliance requirements, interchange and foreign bank fee issues, and much more.  Meet decision makers and end buyers – and get real world insights from industry insiders—all in a fun and relaxed setting.”

Marc Tenore will be on the ground for Choice Merchant Solutions. As an attendee, he will listen and contribute to the conversation regarding the payment industry, specifically EMV adoption and migration. Marc brings years of payment processing experience to the table as one of the top executives at Choice Merchant Solutions.

Marc will utilize this event to meet industry leaders, network with other professionals, and stay abreast of trends in the payments industry at the NAC2014 Conference & Expo.

Don’t forget, we’ll be back in Vegas for the Affiliate Summit West!

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