NAC Future Leaders Group Names Co-Chairs

| March 22, 2018

Jacquilyn Davis and Justin Kovitz

The National Association of Concessionaires (NAC) has announced that the newly formed Future Leaders Committee, which was created in December 2017, has named Co-Chairs during its March conference call. Jacquilyn Davis of Cinemark USA, and Justin Kovitz of Shake Nā€™ Share, LLC have accepted the initial leadership positions and will be responsible for the activities of the group.

In a related announcement, The duo will also lead a Shop Talk session at the NAC EXPO on Thursday, August 9 on the Impact and Value of the Millennial Generation to the Concession Industry. The four segment/two hour session will be highlighted by 10 minute presentations and 20 minute conversations on varied topics such as: Government Relations and Advocacy, Concession Analytics, the Millennial Generation and the Importance of Pizza to the Concession Industry.

Kovitz, the co-owner of Shake Nā€™ Share along with his father Ray, joined NAC in July of 2013. Davis an Assistant Manager at Cinemark received the 2017 Joe Chabot Memorial Expo Scholarship.

The NAC Future Leaders Committee has established a group on Facebook.

About NAC: The National Association of Concessionaires, founded in 1944, is the trade association for the recreation and leisure-time food and beverage concessions industry. Members are comprised of the owners and operators of facilities such as: Movie Theatres, Stadiums & Arenas, Zoos & Aquariums, Colleges & Universities, Foodservice Contractors, Park & Recreation Departments, Amusement Parks & Family Entertainment Centers, Ice and Roller Skating Rinks, Racetracks, Bowling Centers, Outdoor facilities, Convention centers and Performing Arts Centers. Our members also are the companies that provide products and services to these facilities, including: Suppliers, Equipment Manufacturers, Popcorn Processors, Jobber Distributors, Consultants and Brokers.

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Chris Dammann, Director of Communications

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