Political Clout

From its very first convention in 1983, when the late President Ronald Reagan sent a videotaped address to convention attendees, the National Grocers Association has been able to assemble an impressive roster of high-powered political figures, media commentators and renowned national leaders of the day to address NGA members. Besides Reagan, George H.W. Bush, then U.S. vice president, addressed the

From its very first convention in 1983, when the late President Ronald Reagan sent a videotaped address to convention attendees, the National Grocers Association has been able to assemble an impressive roster of high-powered political figures, media commentators and renowned national leaders of the day to address NGA members.

Besides Reagan, George H.W. Bush, then U.S. vice president, addressed the convention and conducted a tax reform forum with the NGA board in 1985. He returned as

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