Welcome to the Southeastern Vending Association
Networking, education, fun, family and moving your business forward is what the SEVA Convention is all about. You are inspired by professional speakers and network with industry friends, operators and suppliers while enjoying the beautiful gulf coast and all that Sandestin Resort has to offer.
For further information on Sandestin Resort, visit www.sandestin.com.
SEVA includes Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, Tennessee and Florida but they welcome all vending, coffee service and foodservice industry members to the 2012 convention.
History of SEVA
The Vending Machine Association of the Gulf South (VMAGS) began in 1981 as 4 separate conventions. The purpose of this organization is to merge the annual tri-state convention held by Alabama Vending Association (AVA), Mississippi Automatic Merchandising Association (MAMA) and Vending Machine Operators of Louisiana (VMOL). VMAGS officially incorporated in 1981 in Alabama.
In 2003, Georgia Automatic Merchandising Council (GAMC) joined the organization followed by Tennessee Automatic Merchandising Association (TAMA) and the Automatic Merchandising Association of Florida (AMAF).
Due to the growing participation in VMAGS, the name changed to include all its members. VMAGS is now called Southeastern Vending Association (SEVA).