WASHINGTON -- As it gears up for its 50th annual summer convention, the American Wholesale Marketers Association here is changing with the times. Along with wholesaling candy and tobacco products, its members are distributing a variety of other items as they try to tighten the efficiencies of their operations and compete effectively in today's market. "The change is actually accelerating," said David Strachan, AWMA's executive vice president. "We're finding that more and more of our ...
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