Dakota Supply and Graybar contribute $10,000 each
St. Louis - The National Association of Electrical Distributors (NAED) today recognized the generous support of Dakota Supply and Graybar for their generous contribution of $10,000 each to the NAED Education and Research Foundation.
All funds go toward providing industry-leading education and research programs for the $70-billion electrical distribution channel.
“Industry support is the lifeblood of the NAED Foundation,” said Michelle McNamara, NAED senior vice president and executive director of the Foundation. “The contribution from these companies will help us provide the tools, training and knowledge vital for the success of our members. We are truly honored and thankful for their support.”
For more than 40 years, the Foundation has provided members with the latest industry information, valuable education tools and industry research initiatives. Past tax-deductible contributions have updates and improvements to some of the NAED’s most popular programs such as Electrical Products Education Course (EPEC), and Electrical Distributor Guided Education (EDGE).
The Foundation’s annual campaign continues through the end of June. For more information about contributing to the Foundation, contact Erika TenEyck at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The NAED is the trade association for the $70+ billion electrical distribution industry. Through networking, education, research, and benchmarking, NAED helps electrical distributors increase profitability and improve the channel. NAED's membership operates in approximately 4,400 locations internationally.