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  • What is “Net Neutrality and How Does It Affect You?” – Broadband Education in Marathon County
    for you Without net neutrality rules in place ISPs can present users from visiting some websites provider slower speeds for services like Netflix and Hulu or even redirect users from one website to a competing website Net Neutrality rules prevent this by requiring ISPs to connect users to all lawful content on the internet equally Public Knowledge In May the FCC introduced their proposal for net neutrality rules which discuss the problems that occur when ISPs get to choose winners and losers online but still allow for fast lanes and slow lanes online and do not go far enough to establish meaningful net neutrality The rules will be open for comments through July 15 2014 and reply comments through September 10 2014 Join us for this discussion Thursday July 17 11 11 30 AM CST 1 866 244 1129 Passcode 7668 732 Share Categorized Broadband in Action News Tagged broadband Internet Speed ISP Net Neutrality Post navigation Previous Economic Impacts of Broadband Connection to Vacation Homes Economic Impacts of Broadband Connection to Vacation Homes What would happen if we could create an economic activity that would employ more than 1 750 employees and generate more than 91 million a year in economic activity in the five county region of Forest Langlade Lincoln Oneida and Vilas Counties That is the estimated impact that would be created by providing the kind of bandwidth that second home owners in the five county region say they need in order to spend additional days at the c Next Ag Apps Using Technology in Agriculture Chippewa County UWEX Agronomy Educator Jerry Clark is instrumental in infusing technology with his constituent base in Chippewa County teaching farmers the advantages of using technology such as tablets and smart phones to identify and manage weeds diseases insects and nutrient

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  • Economic Impacts of Broadband Connection to Vacation Homes – Broadband Education in Marathon County

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  • Tech Tutors bring government into the digital world – Broadband Education in Marathon County
    volunteers Potential volunteers should be comfortable in the basic word processing skills i e creating formatting and editing a document Marathon County UW Extension is an RSVP Volunteer Station so that volunteers over the age of 55 may be eligible for benefits such as supplemental accident auto liability and volunteer liability insurance mileage reimbursement if needed monthly social and informational events and recognition These volunteers can help people create better connections with family manage finances and medical issues and improve their job prospects by using the internet For more information on volunteering contact Marathon County UW Extension at 715 261 1230 Share Categorized Broadband in Action News Tagged Broadband in Marathon County Marathon County Board of Supervisors Post navigation Previous Tech Tutors Out There Doing Good Work From starting a computer to scrolling on a smart phone a group from Mosinee is doing their best to catch up with It was all part of a computer basics class offered by University of Wisconsin Extension and hosted at the Marathon County Public Library Mosinee Branch Central Wisconsin class teaches computer basics Next Economic Impacts of Broadband Connection to Vacation Homes Economic Impacts of Broadband Connection to Vacation Homes What would happen if we could create an economic activity that would employ more than 1 750 employees and generate more than 91 million a year in economic activity in the five county region of Forest Langlade Lincoln Oneida and Vilas Counties That is the estimated impact that would be created by providing the kind of bandwidth that second home owners in the five county region say they need in order to spend additional days at the c Technology News University of Wisconsin Extension An EEO AA employer University of Wisconsin Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming including Title IX and

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  • Broadband Access – Public Policy Issue – Broadband Education in Marathon County
    KB County Board Meeting Video recording The Broadband topic begins at minute 10 20 Share Categorized Broadband in Action News Tagged Broadband in Marathon County Post navigation Previous Neighbors Helping Neighbors Sharpen Digital Literacy Skills Marathon County UW Extension is seeking people willing help neighbors in the community learn how to navigate in this increasingly digital and electronic world Potential volunteers should be comfortable in the basic word processing skills i e creating formatting and editing a document Basic formatting skills like how to change the size of text align sentences and paragraphs and work with margins and page orientation are necessary Volunteers will work with the Marathon County Broadband C Next Tech Tutors Out There Doing Good Work From starting a computer to scrolling on a smart phone a group from Mosinee is doing their best to catch up with It was all part of a computer basics class offered by University of Wisconsin Extension and hosted at the Marathon County Public Library Mosinee Branch Central Wisconsin class teaches computer basics Technology News University of Wisconsin Extension An EEO AA employer University of Wisconsin Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming including Title IX and Americans with Disabilities

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  • Neighbors Helping Neighbors Sharpen Digital Literacy Skills – Broadband Education in Marathon County
    MY HEALTH online record system telling him that his lab results and interpretation will be posted by the end of the week Pete thinks to himself What good does that do me Kim has just lost his job He s a hands on kind of guy who didn t pick up this computer thing in high school His brother loaned him a tablet so he can fill out the required online job applications but every time Kim touches the thing it takes him somewhere he didn t intend Whatever happened to good ol paper Kim complains Contact Mike Theiss Marathon County UW Extension Broadband Education Coordinator for more information Mike can be reached at mike theiss uwc edu or 715 432 0230 Educational sessions will initially be conducted at the main library and in the branch libraries As the project grows it is possible that the sessions could take place at The Neighbor s Place and at other sites in Marathon County Volunteers over the age of 55 may be eligible to participate in the RSVP program through United Way For more information Go to http bit ly 14btpdt Share Categorized Broadband in Action News Tagged Broadband in Marathon County Post navigation Previous Oneida County pushes broadband connectivity for citizens and business What do jelly beans have to do with internet connections Tim Brown Oneida County Community Resource Development agent for UW Extension uses analogies to help people understand how broadband is an important piece of infrastructure for all communities Internet access is like electricity it s like getting water to your house It is critical according to Brown WFJW Channel 12 highlighted Brown s work on broadband in a recent broadcast Video Link http wjfw com stories html sku Next Broadband Access Public Policy Issue Considering Broadband Access as

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  • Oneida County pushes broadband connectivity for citizens and business – Broadband Education in Marathon County
    Rhinelander Post navigation Previous New Educator Brings People Online in Marathon County Wausau Mike Theiss recently joined the Marathon County UW Extension office as a Broadband Coordinator Instructor Theiss will be working with public and private partners across Marathon County to maximize the use of broadband to improve the area economy and quality of life for residents Connecting Marathon County to dedicated high speed internet or broadband is vital to the health of Marathon County communities promoting economic growth and development expanding educational opportunitie Next Neighbors Helping Neighbors Sharpen Digital Literacy Skills Marathon County UW Extension is seeking people willing help neighbors in the community learn how to navigate in this increasingly digital and electronic world Potential volunteers should be comfortable in the basic word processing skills i e creating formatting and editing a document Basic formatting skills like how to change the size of text align sentences and paragraphs and work with margins and page orientation are necessary Volunteers will work with the Marathon County Broadband C Technology News University of Wisconsin Extension An EEO AA employer University of Wisconsin Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming including Title IX and Americans with Disabilities ADA requirements Connect with

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  • New Educator Brings People Online in Marathon County – Broadband Education in Marathon County
    public safety and health care access and improving efficiency of government services I am excited about the prospect of enhancing employment opportunities and the competitiveness of Marathon County businesses in this depressed economy and improving educational opportunities for the citizens of Marathon County said Theiss Theiss will work in collaboration with community partners including the Workforce Development Center The Neighbor s Place the Wausau Area Hmong Association and the Marathon County library system providing free access to computers and internet free trainings and open lab times with assistance on a range of computer skills for everyday living Theiss position is funded by the ARRA funded Building Community Capacity through Broadband BCCB project led by the University of Wisconsin Extension For more information on the BCCB project visit the website http broadband uwex edu or check out the videos on broadband in education the community health care B2B environments job creation and more at http www youtube com wibroadband1 Share Categorized News Post navigation Next Oneida County pushes broadband connectivity for citizens and business What do jelly beans have to do with internet connections Tim Brown Oneida County Community Resource Development agent for UW Extension uses analogies to help people understand how broadband is an important piece of infrastructure for all communities Internet access is like electricity it s like getting water to your house It is critical according to Brown WFJW Channel 12 highlighted Brown s work on broadband in a recent broadcast Video Link http wjfw com stories html sku Technology News University of Wisconsin Extension An EEO AA employer University of Wisconsin Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming including Title IX and Americans with Disabilities ADA requirements Connect with Us Wausau Broadband Contact Mike Theiss Wausau area Broadband Coordinator Marathon County UW Extension 212 River Drive

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  • Downtown Market Analysis | Industry Links
    the exchange of information Sponsors research and educational programs Compiles statistics Supermarkets other grocers ex convenience www nationalgrocers org The National Grocers Association N G A is the national trade association representing retail and wholesale grocers that comprises the independent sector of the food distribution industry Food Marketing Institute www FMI org This site includes a comprehensive collection of information conferences products and services available from FMI It is a place where food retailers and wholesalers of all sizes and formats can come together to network and find solutions to the operational issues facing the food industry Cooperative Grocer Information Network http www cgin coop CGIN is a membership organization founded to support the growth and development of food co ops Given the increasingly competitive climate all food co ops operate in CGIN aims to help co ops maximize their collective resources and keep them as independent groups from being put at a competitive disadvantage The Network s mission is to strengthen retail food cooperatives by providing a vehicle that facilitates the sharing of resources among its members Convenience stores National Association of Convenience Stores Web Site http www nacsonline com The mission of NACS is to represent the industry and to assist retail members in increasing their current and future effectiveness and profitability by providing knowledge solutions and connections needed by the industry improving the image of the industry impacting government action beneficial to the industry through the active participation of its membership anticipating and facilitating change which ensures the long term viability of the industry maintaining a financially independent association and fostering productive efficient relationships with industry suppliers Specialty food stores American Association of Meat Processors P O Box 269 Elizabethtown PA 17022 Phone 717 367 1168 Fax 717 367 9096 Email info aamp com URL http www aamp com Description National trade organization representing more than 1 800 meat poultry and seafood processors wholesalers retailers caterers home food service companies and suppliers to the meat industry Provides industry information education national lobbying consulting and facilitation of communication among members Retailer s Bakery Association RBA c o Peggy Hoffman 14239 Park Center Dr Laurel MD 20707 5261 USA Phone 301 725 2149 Fax 301 725 2187 Toll Free 800 638 0924 E Mail rba rbanet com URL http www rbanet com Description Independent and in store bakeries food service specialty bakeries 2500 suppliers of ingredients tools equipment 780 other 220 Provides information management production merchandising and small business services National Ice Cream Yogurt Retailers Association www nicyra org A trade organization whose members are in the retail ice cream and frozen yogurt business The members of NICYRA are located all across the United States Canada and several other countries International Association of Ice Cream Vendors IAICV 1900 Arch St Philadelphia PA 19103 1498 USA Phone 215 564 3484 Fax 215 564 2175 E Mail iaicv fernley com URL http www iaicv org Description Ice cream vendors manufacturers of ice cream vending equipment and suppliers to the industry Promotes responsible and ethical practice in the ice cream vending industry seeks to maintain a positive public image of ice cream vendors works to insure ongoing profitability in the industry Serves as a clearinghouse on the ice cream vending industry facilitates the exchange of information among members conducts safety education programs National Nutritional Foods Association www NNFA org The National Nutritional Foods Association founded in 1936 represents the interests of manufacturers and retailers of a wide variety of natural products including organic and health foods natural ingredient cosmetics sports nutrition products and vitamins herbs and other dietary supplements International Dairy Deli Bakery Association www IDDBA org IDDBA helps its members manufacturers retailers wholesalers distributors brokers and many others enhance their economic position by providing opportunities for professional dialogue education exchange of industry data and selling opportunities Specialty Coffee Association of America www scaa org A trade association that focuses on quality coffee members include Retailers Roasters Roaster Retailers Producers Exporters Importers Manufacturers of Coffee Processing Roasting Brewing Equipment and other Allied Products The Cocoa Merchants Association of America INC 26 Broadway Suite 707 New York NY 10004 USA 1 212 363 7334 Retail Confectioners International INC 1807 Glenview Rd Suite 204 Glenview IL 60025 USA 1 708 724 6120 www retailconfectioner s org A not for profit Illinois corporation founded in Chicago in 1917 to represent the interest of confectionery manufacturing retailers and to promote public interest in these products National Association for the Specialty Food Trade Inc www Fancyfoodshows com The National Association for the Specialty Food Trade is a not for profit business trade association established in 1952 to foster trade commerce and interest in the specialty food industry An international organization composed of domestic and foreign retailers manufacturers importers distributors brokers restaurateurs and others in the specialty foods business The Organic Trade Association www OTA com OTA is a membership based business association representing the organic industry in Canada the United States and Mexico Members include retailers growers shippers processors certifiers farmer associations brokers manufacturers consultants and distributors American Bagel Association 111 W First St Dayton OH 45402 Phone 8008448493 USA Fax 9372223354 USA National Association of Specialty Food and Confection Brokers NASFCB 11044 Wood Elves Way Columbia MD 21044 USA Phone 212 482 6440 Fax 410 740 2958 Description Professional food brokers who supply department stores gourmet shops grocery chains health food trades and other companies with products for retail purposes Beer wine and liquor stores American Beverage Retailers 5101 River Rd Ste 108 Bethesda MD 20816 1508 USA Phone 301 656 1494 Fax 301 656 7539 Toll Free 888 656 3241 E Mail nabr nabronline org URL http www ameribev org Description Federation of associations of alcohol beverage retailers Wine and Spirits Guild of America WSGA c o James Newberry 30 W 39th Ave Suite 106 San Mateo CA 94403 USA Description Liquor firms comprising 500 retail wine and spirits outlets Promotes exchange of information on merchandising marketing and buying of wines and spirits Pharmacies and drug stores National Association of Chain Drug Stores NACDS 413 N Lee St PO Box 1417 D49 Alexandria VA 22313 1480 USA Phone 703 549 3001 Fax 703 836 4869 E Mail homepage info nacds org URL http www nacds org Description Chain drug members 130 associate members 1400 and 80 international members include manufacturers suppliers manufacturer s representatives publishers and advertising agencies Interprets actions by government agencies in such areas as drugs public health federal trade labor and excise taxes Sponsors meetings and pharmacy student recruitment program Maintains library Offers insurance and discount services to members National Community Pharmacists Association NCPA 205 Daingerfield Rd Alexandria VA 22314 USA Phone 703 683 8200 Fax 703 683 3619 Toll Free 800 544 7447 E Mail info ncpanet org URL http www ncpanet org Description Owners and managers of independent drugstores and pharmacists employed in community pharmacies offering pharmacy service Provides support for undergraduate pharmacy education through National Community Pharmacists Association Foundation Cosmetics beauty supplies and perfume stores The Salon Association TSA www salons org TSA provides innovative opportunities for improving an owner s business success As a nationwide non profit organization TSA s definitive edge is our ability to give members valuable and cost effecitve benefits services and education to create more profitable productive and professional salon environments TSA Creates a bond between three very important groups salon owners needing help salon owners offering help and TSA Optical goods stores National Association of Optometrists and Opticians NAOO PO Box 459 Marblehead OH 43440 USA Phone 419 798 2031 Fax 419 798 8548 E Mail fdrozak cros net Description Licensed optometrists opticians and corporations Conducts public affairs programs of mutual importance to members serves as an organizational center for special purpose programs acts as a clearinghouse for information affecting the retail optical industry Gasoline stations with convenience stores See Convenience Stores Other gasoline stations Gasoline and Automotive Service Dealers Association GASDA 9520 Seaview Ave Brooklyn NY 11236 USA Phone 718 241 1111 Fax 718 763 6589 E Mail gasdal cs com Description Owners operators or dealers of service stations or automotive repair facilities 900 interested individuals 100 Aim is to educate inform and help increase professionalism of members and of the industry Offers periodic technical training clinics and other educational programs including advanced automotive technical training prepaid group legal services plan and group health insurance and liaison with government agencies Informs members of political and legislative action or changes affecting their industry Children s and infants clothing stores Childrenswear Marketing Association 236 Rt 38 W Ste 100 Moorestown NJ 08057 USA Phone 609 231 8500 Fax 609 231 4664 E Mail ema ahint com Description Childrenswear specialty retail dealers manufacturers distributors licensors general retailers publishers and all other suppliers Committed to working together to promote the childrenswear industry Clothing accessories stores Accessories Council 350 Fifth Ave Ste 2020 New York NY 10118 USA Phone 212 947 1135 Fax 212 563 5914 E Mail members accessoriescouncil org http www accessoriescouncil org Description Retailers designers manufacturers wholesalers industry suppliers press writers and editors PR professionals Strives to provide accessory related information to its members Other clothing stores Leather Apparel Association LAA 19 W 21st St Ste 403 New York NY 10010 USA Phone 212 924 8895 Fax 212 727 1210 E Mail info leatherassociation com URL http www leatherassociation com Description Retailers manufacturers tanners cleaners and other individuals involved in the leather garment industry Seeks to increase the sales of leather clothing through public relations consumer education and business support services Marketing programs focus on fashion videos media tours press kits brochures hangtags manufacturing and cleaning guidelines and market research Conducts seminars Professional Apparel Association 994 Old Eagle School Road Suite 1019 Wayne PA 19087 1802 610 971 4850 FAX 610 971 4859 TOLL FREE 1 800722 7712 info proapparel com Funded in 1984 PAA was organized as a result of a shared concern for the future of the professional apparel industry by both retailers and manufacturers There are more than 2 200 retailers nationwide who are affiliated with the PAA attend the association s educational forums and the Annual Fall Trade Show receive PAA publications and marketing aids and carry our members product lines in their stores Provides retailers with the tools and knowledge to capitalize on their market potential Shoe stores The National Shoe Retailers Association Web Site www nsra org NSRA is a trade organization representing independent shoe retailers Founded in 1912 NSRA provides independent shoe retailers with solid practical workplace benefits that enable them to operate their business more profitably and successfully Footwear Distributors Retailers of America Web Site www fdra org Mr Peter Mangione President 1319 F Street NW Suite 700 Washington D C 20004 202 737 5660 fax 202 638 2615 Jewelry stores Jewelers of America JA 52 Vanderbilt Ave 19th Fl New York NY 10017 3808 USA Phone 646 658 0246 E Mail contactus jewelofam org URL http www Jewelers org Description Retailers of jewelry watches silver and allied merchandise Conducts surveys and compiles statistics Conducts educational programs Provides information to consumers Luggage and leather goods stores American Luggage Dealers Association ALDA c o Marion Jones 1114 State St Ste 316 Santa Barbara CA 93101 USA Phone 805 966 6909 Fax 805 966 5710 E Mail mjalda aol com URL http www luggagedealers com Description Committed to recognized good business practices of independent retail luggage dealers develops merchandise programs Sporting goods stores Outdoor Industry Association http www outdoorindustry org National Sporting Goods Association NSGA 1601 Feehanville Dr Ste 300 Mount Prospect IL 60056 USA Phone 847 296 6742 Fax 847 391 9827 E Mail info nsga org URL http www nsga org Description Provides services education and information to retailers dealers suppliers sales agents and industry associates since 1929 Hobby toy and game stores American Specialty Toy Retailing Association ASTRA 4700 W Lake Ave Glenview IL 60025 1485 USA Phone 847 375 4727 Fax 888 840 2650 E Mail astra astratoy org URL http www astratoy org Description Specialty retailers and manufacturers sales representatives and industry related members of the specialty toy industry Provides resources to specialty toy and related businesses conducts market research makes available to members discount credit card services Compiles statistics Hobby Industry Association Ms Sandra Wilmot PHONE 201 794 1133 FAX 201 797 0657 319 E 54th Street P O Box 348 Elwood Park NJ 07407 www hobby org Description Established in 1940 as the Model Industry Association today HIA Hobby Industry Association serves the interests of over 4 000 member companies engaged in the manufacturing and merchandising of craft and hobby products Representing every segment of the craft and hobby industry members manufacture distribute design and sell craft and hobby products and allied supplies Toy Industry Association 1115 Broadway Suite 400 New York NY 10010 Phone 212 675 1141 E mail info toy tia org URL http www toy tia org Description Provides toy manufacturers and retailers information on the toy industry In addition it also offers parents information on the safety of toys and information about what toys are popular or maybe suitable for their child Sewing needlework and piece goods stores Home Sewing Association Website http www sewing org Email sewing sewing org 494 Eighth Avenue Suite 802 New York NY 10001 1806 Phone 212 714 1633 Fax 212 714 1655 Musical instrument and supplies stores International Music Products Association 5790 Armada Dr Carlsbad CA 92008 USA Phone 760 438 8001 Fax 760 438 7327 Toll Free 800 767 6266 E Mail info namm com URL http www namm com Description Music product retailers manufacturers distributors wholesalers and publishers Continuing effort to help the music industry thrive Offers educational training books products and videos Provides group discounts on insurance and various other services through their membership services department Advocates public education for music and the arts National Association of Music Merchants NAMM 5790 Armada Dr Carlsbad CA 92008 USA Phone 760 438 9267 Fax 760 438 7327 Toll Free 800 767 6266 E Mail info namm com URL http www namm com Description Retailers of musical instruments and allied products manufacturers distributors jobbers wholesalers and publishers of print music Holds several professional development seminars in various locations around the country and 2 major trade shows Book stores and news dealers American Booksellers Association ABA 828 S Broadway Tarrytown NY 10591 USA Phone 914 591 2665 Fax 914 591 2720 Toll Free 800 637 0037 E Mail info bookweb org URL http www bookweb org Description Retail book stores Works toward the establishment improvement and maintenance of favorable trade conditions Strives for the maintenance of sound bookseller publisher relations Conducts educational seminars and workshops on retail bookselling Sponsors promotional campaigns to increase the sales of all books Provides members with time and labor saving services that simplify daily operations Maintains library provides educational programs Great Lakes Booksellers Association GLBA PO Box 901 208 Franklin Grand Haven MI 49417 USA Phone 616 847 2460 Fax 616 842 0051Toll Free 800 745 2460 E Mail glba books glba org URL http www books glba org Primary Contact Jim Dana Exec Dir Description Booksellers Supports bookstores and promotes excellence in publishing distribution promotion and selling of books Provides a forum for information exchange fosters a sense of community among booksellers provides information and services for the advancement of members promotes literacy and supports the First Amendment rights of members Prerecorded tape CD and record stores Professional Audiovideo Retailers Association PARA 10 E 22nd St Ste 310 Lombard IL 60148 USA Phone 630 268 1500 Fax 630 953 8957 E Mail jeanette home paralink org URL http www ce org Membership Divisions 98 asp Primary Contact Rosemary Wemstrom Contact Description Retailers of specialty high end audio video equipment Provides computer seminar service managers seminar sales training course and retail financial management course Independent Music Retailers Association 10 Spruce Rd Saddle River NJ 07458 USA Phone 201 818 6789 Fax 201 818 6996 Primary Contact Don Kulak Contact Description Independent record retailers Seeks to provide independent music stores with money making marketing information Aims to create better working relationships between record labels and independent stores Maintains speakers bureau and museum compiles statistics Bulk purchasing discounts on industry products and services National Association of Recording Merchandisers NARM 9 Eves Dr Ste 120 Marlton NJ 08053 USA Phone 856 596 2221 Fax 856 596 3268 E Mail rosum narm com URL http www narm com Description NARM serves the music and other prerecorded entertainment software industry as the pre eminent forum for insight and dialogue Its members include retailers wholesalers distributors entertainment software suppliers and suppliers of related products and services Florists American Floral Industry Association PO Box 420244 Dallas TX 75342 0244 USA Phone 214 742 2747 Fax 214 742 2648 E Mail afia afia net http www afia net Description Striving to act as the national organization for importers domestic manufacturers wholesalers retailers overseas suppliers manufacturers sales representatives etc of artificial botanical Christmas floral products and accessories Formerly 2002 American Flower Importers Association Society of American Florists Mr Peter Moran Executive Vice President 1601 Duke Street Alexandria VA 22314 703 836 8700 fax 703 836 8705 dgruenbu safnow org FTD Association 33031 Schoolcraft Rd Livonia MI 48150 1618 USA Fax 734 466 8979 Toll Free 888 419 1515 E Mail info ftdassociation org Description Retail florists Conducts education networking and business partner programs Office supplies and stationery stores National Office Products Alliance c o Independent Office Products and Furniture Dealers Association IOPFDA 301 N Fairfax St Alexandria VA 22314 USA Phone 703 549 9040 Fax 703 683 7552 E Mail info nopanet org URL http www iopfda org Description Dealers who sell office supplies to commercial accounts and through retail stores Seeks to provide members with the information tools and knowledge needed to be profitable in an evolving business environment Independent Office Products and Furniture Dealers Mr James A McGarry President 301 North Fairfax Street Alexandria VA 22314 703 549 9040 fax 703 683 7552 Email

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