NACS Show Early Bird Registration Deadline Extended

Register by June 20 and save $300 with an all-access pass to the Expo and education sessions.

June 13, 2022

NACS Show 2022 Early Bird Registration Info

ALEXANDRIA, Va.—NACS has extended its early-bird registration discount through Monday, June 20. Attendees can save $300 with early-bird pricing, and the registration includes an all-access pass to the Expo and education sessions.

This year’s NACS Show theme “Full Speed Ahead” builds on the momentum of last year’s “We Got This” theme. The industry is moving beyond the pandemic and defining the future of convenience. 2022 attendees can expect unparalleled networking with peers, exciting new vendors and insight into how industry superstars are solving hot-button issues like staffing and supply chain challenges.

The NACS Show is being held in Las Vegas this year on October 1-4. The global event offers exclusive access to new products, services and equipment, including some brand-new never-before-seen products and exhibitors in the cool new products and new exhibitor area.

This year’s 45+ education sessions were ideated and crafted by the Convention Content Committee—peers in the industry—with the goal of delivering the most relevant and stimulating content for NACS Show attendees, including labor, supply-chain disruption, inflation and recession concerns. The education provided at the NACS Show will be more about convening and guiding—and facilitating a conversation that might lead to solutions.

You won’t want to miss this year’s NACS Show to regain momentum in your business—full speed ahead.

Register and save $300 with early-bird pricing before June 20 (buyer registration rates only). In addition to registration, the website features the latest information about exhibitors, new products, networking events, education and important event FAQs.

This year, NACS is hosting two pre-conference events that attendees can register for along with their NACS Show registration:

  • NACS Advanced Category Management Certification workshop, where category management professionals can earn their NACS Certified Convenience Advanced Category Management certification through the completion of a hands-on, six-hour education session.
  • NACS Food Safety Conference. New this year, food safety, foodservice, quality assurance and risk management professionals will lead a first-of-its-kind industry-specific event for the global convenience retail community.

NACS is also hosting four hands-on training workshops to help solve the challenges unique to smaller operators. Attendance is limited to the first 45 retailers who arrive, and no pre-registration is required.