National Association of Food Equipment Dealers is a national non-profit business cooperative which specializes in attracting the attention of manufacturers for special consideration in pricing and in marketing their products.
The Foodservice Equipment Distributors Association is a nationally recognized association for foodservice equipment and supplies dealers with a focus on maintaining profitable dealerships capable of providing knowledge, service and value for professional foodservice operators.
The Kentucky Restaurant Association is a non-profit organization run by its members which helps organize events and meetings, keeps members informed, lobbies for restaurant issues at the state and national levels, and assists members with questions and issues.
The Better Business Bureau has a comprehensive set of policies, procedures and best practices focused on how businesses should treat the public – fairly and honestly in all circumstances.
The National Federation of Independent Business is the leading small business association representing small and independent businesses. A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization founded in 1943, NFIB represents the consensus views of its members throughout the country.
The Kentucky Assisted Living Facilities Association is the only organization in Kentucky solely dedicated to representing assisted living and other senior housing communities throughout the state. KALFA is the state affiliate of the Assisted Living Federation of America.
The Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative is a consortium of 14 school districts serving over 50,000 students in north central Kentucky. Established in 1976, the cooperative provides a vehicle for conducting regional planning, development, and implementation of educational programs on a continuing basis.
Founded in 1965, the Kentucky Educational Development Cooperation is the state’s oldest and largest educational cooperative with over 60 school districts. Based in Ashland, KY, the KEDC has been open to any school district in Kentucky since 1985.
The Kentucky Purchasing Cooperatives is comprised of four Kentucky educational cooperatives including the KEDC. This expanded consortium has the buying power of approximately 110 Kentucky school districts, or 63% of the state’s public school systems.