NEW YORK -- The National Association of Service Merchandising will cease operations Dec. 1, NASM president Gary Ebben told SN last week. NASM is a trade association that represents the service-merchandising sector of the industry. It consists of some 420 members -- 70 service merchandisers and 350 manufacturers. In an interview here, Ebben described an unusual course of events that is expected to lead to the organization's shutdown, including the disposition of as much as $700,000 that will ...

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