NACS Names Cash Depot Executive as 2023-24 Supplier Board Chairman

David Charles is president of the ATM and financial services provider
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Photograph courtesy of Cash Depot

NACS has named David Charles, president of Cash Depot Ltd., Green Bay, Wisconsin, as the 2023-24 NACS supplier board chairman, the convenience-store association has announced. He began his term following the NACS board of directors meeting on Oct. 3 during the 2023 NACS Show in Atlanta.

Related: NACS Names Victor Paterno 2023-24 NACS Chairman

The association also said that the following executives are new members of the NACS supplier board:

  • Ramona Giderof
  • Nick Paich, GSTV, Detroit
  • Patricia Coe, Advantage Solutions, Austin, Texas
  • Jay Nelson, Excel Tire Gauge, Warwick, Rhode Island

“This is a great honor,” Charles said, “but I have to say, nobody gets here without the support of the whole group, and I look forward to working with the supplier board to reach our goals in the coming year.”

He named several important targets for board initiatives in 2024 including, helping industry suppliers get to know the staff, capabilities and opportunities available to them through a partnership with NACS; driving support for the NACS retailer board and retailers; and growing partner relationships within the supplier board and with fellow suppliers throughout the c-store industry.

Founded in 1998, Cash Depot is a nationwide financial services, ATM and air/vacuum solutions provider.

Founded in 1961 as the National Association of Convenience Stores, NACS is led by a 30-member board of directors, which includes three retailers from non-North American countries.

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