NYSAVA has finally achieved success with the Governor's new budget approving a $2.00 tax exemption for our industry. Please join our association and help us achieve further exemptions. For more information please join and become a member
October 20th 2020 Leewood Country Club
Welcome to New York State Automatic Vending Association's web site. We are a trade association made up of vending companies, product and equipment suppliers and manufacturers, to promote the vending industry. While doing this we also keep close watch on Albany for legislation aimed at the vending industry.
NYSAVA is a state organization chartered by the National Automatic Merchandising Association (NAMA). NAMA’s services include government relations (state, local and federal), education, legal counseling, newsletters, and national trade shows.
In 1997, NYSAVA enacted legislation lifting the state and local sales tax from vended hot drink sales, and the one-third of snack sales previously taxed.
In 2000, we enacted more far reaching tax relief legislation that will exempt all vended sales, including candy and carbonated drinks, at $.75 or less. In short, NO state chapter in NAMA’s network of 31 state councils has been more effective in representing the vending industry than the New York Automatic Vending Association.
In 2010,NYSAVA along with their Lobbyist started working to gather support and have since introduced a bill that would increase the vending Sales Tax Exemption from sales $0.75 cents and under to sales $1.50 and under. The goal is that it would provide the Vendors operating within the State of New York the necessary financial relief they needed to be competitive with other outlets, preserve and promote growth of jobs and availability of New York locally produced products to be sold in our Automatic Merchandisers.
We also annually host the Herb Luckower Memorial Golf Tournament, which is NYSAVA’s only annual fund raiser, each fall at some of New York’s most beautiful courses. There are up to three general membership meetings held each year, throughout the state, to help promote our industry identity, pride, and goodwill.