National ATM Council Appoints Two New NAC Board Members – Both Bring Depth of Experience to New Leadership Roles

JACKSONVILLE, FL, April 9, 2018 – The National ATM Council, Inc. (NAC) is pleased to announce Edward M. Cramer, President, Cash on the Spot LLC and Pro-Solv Solutions LLC, of Buffalo Grove, IL, and Philip Webb, President, PDQ Merchant Enterprises, Inc., of Johnsburg, IL, as new appointees to the NAC Board of Directors, effective April 1, 2018.
“NAC and its leadership are excited to welcome Phil Webb and Ed Cramer to the NAC Board at this important time for the US Independent ATM sector,” said NAC Chair George Sarantopoulos. “They both bring many years of hands-on, real-world ATM industry experience and expertise to the table that will prove invaluable to guiding the organization in its ongoing initiatives for America’s ATM entrepreneurs.”
A seasoned business entrepreneur, Cramer has been an ATM owner/operator since 2008. An active member of the association, he has been instrumental in NAC’s efforts in fighting against adverse state and federal legislation, as well as promoting the interests of the retail ATM Industry in DC. “I appreciate this excellent opportunity to join the NAC Board and help forward its mission of representing the business interests of ATM Operators, as we continue to fuel the US economy each and every day,” said new NAC Director, Edward M. Cramer. “I’m hopeful my work as an independent Operator will bring added benefit to the association’s efforts.
Webb began his ATM business in 1997, establishing PDQ Merchant Enterprises, Inc. as an ISO in 2009. Webb has also actively participated for many years as a leader in various trade associations, including serving as President of the Illinois Coin Machine Association (ICMOA) from 2011 to 2014. “I am honored by this invitation to join NAC’s Board, both to serve the independent ATM industry and to participate in the extraordinary strides the association has made on behalf of its members and the retail ATM industry as a whole,” said Webb.
Cramer and Webb have assumed board positions previously held by Emily Harris, COO of eCash, Inc. and John Steely, CEO & President of Automated Systems America, Inc. (ASAI). “Both Emily and John have given generously of their time and talents to advance the interests of the Independent ATM industry, for which America’s ATM owners, operators, and suppliers are greatly appreciative”, said Bruce Renard, NAC Executive Director.  “NAC looks forward to their continued support and involvement through participation in the association’s governmental affairs initiatives and technical committees.”
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