NASGW Annual Awards Announcement

On October 20th NASGW announced the winners of or Annual Appreciation Awards and Caliber Awards. Click below to watch our announcement.

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The 2021 NASGW Expo

Planning is in the works for the 2021 NASGW Expo in Columbus, Ohio. Registration will open in early April for our October 27-29, 2021 event.

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SCOPE™ CLX

Make way for the next evolution of SCOPE™ and the integration of retail sales data. SCOPE CLX will offer NASGW members a clear picture of sales trends at the retail level.

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NASGW Annual Awards Announcement

On October 20th NASGW announced the winners of or Annual Appreciation Awards and Caliber Awards. Click below to watch our announcement.

The 2021 NASGW Expo

Planning is in the works for the 2021 NASGW Expo in Columbus, Ohio. Registration will open in early April for our October 27-29, 2021 event.

SCOPE™ CLX

Make way for the next evolution of SCOPE™ and the integration of retail sales data. SCOPE CLX will offer NASGW members a clear picture of sales trends at the retail level.


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