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Hold a Best Bagger Contest - NOW

 

Why should you hold a Best Bagger competition?

 

Retailers: Increase employee motivation and spirit, highlight excellence in customer service, and positive recognition for employees

 

Wholesalers: Supports your retailers efforts to acknowledge good service, encourages youth to consider a career in the food industry resulting from positive experiences, and increases your public image.

 

Now is the time for stores to hold their own event. It is open to any store that groceries. Single store operators can hold their own competition among baggers. Chain stores can have in-store competitions followed by a company-wide competition.

 

Your final winners will participate in the NH State competition held in September 2017 at the Food Bank in Manchester, NH. The state winner wins a trip to Las Vegas to compete at the NGA Best Bagger Contest; and a chance at $10,000 cash!

 

For more information about holding your own Best Bagger Contest contact NHGA via email or at (603) 669-9333.

 

 

Brief History of Best Bagger Contest

In 1983, the American Paper Institute sponsored its first annual bag-packing contest, with the winner receiving the coveted Charles Stillwell award plus $1,883. The amount is in honor of the year that Charles Stillwell invented the paper-bag machine. With the contest being central to the Grocery Industry, NGA took over as sponsor of the Best Bagger contest in 1987 and has run with the idea ever since. [READ MORE...

 

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EVENTS

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Ultra-Violette

Annual Golf Classic

Sept

2018

Lake Sunapee Country Club

New London, NH

NH State Best Bagger Competition

Sept

25 

2018

NH Food Bank

700 E Industrial Park Dr, Manchester, NH

Annual Fall Conference
& Expo

OCT

16

2018

Executive Court Banquet Facility
1199 S. Mammoth Road, Manchester, NH

Download our [2016 Tentative Schedule] *subject to change without notice.

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Hold a Best Bagger Contest  

 

Why should you hold a Best Bagger competition?

 

Retailers: Increase employee motivation and spirit, highlight excellence in customer service, and positive recognition for employees

 

Wholesalers: Supports your retailers efforts to acknowledge good service, encourages youth to consider a career in the food industry resulting from positive experiences, and increases your public image.

 

Now is the time for stores to hold their own event. It is open to any store that groceries. Single store operators can hold their own competition among baggers. Chain stores can have in-store competitions followed by a company-wide competition.

 

Your final winners will participate in the NH State competition held in September 2016 at the Food Bank in Manchester, NH. The state winner wins a trip to Las Vegas to compete at the NGA Best Bagger Contest; and a chance at $10,000 cash!

 

For more information about holding your own Best Bagger Contest contact NHGA via email or at (603) 669-9333.

 

 

Brief History of Best Bagger Contest

In 1983, the American Paper Institute sponsored its first annual bag-packing contest, with the winner receiving the coveted Charles Stillwell award plus $1,883. The amount is in honor of the year that Charles Stillwell invented the paper-bag machine. With the contest being central to the Grocery Industry, NGA took over as sponsor of the Best Bagger contest in 1987 and has run with the idea ever since. . .[Read More] 

 

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