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RALEIGH, W.Va. – The West Virginia Oil Marketers and Grocers Association (OMEGA), representing the state's petroleum marketers, convenience stores and independent grocers, will hold their annual Trade Show and Golf Outing May 13-15 at the Resort at Glade Springs in Raleigh County.
 
Jan Vineyard, President of OMEGA, said, "The theme for this year's event is "Mission: Possible", and we plan to provide our members with the tools to enhance their businesses through relationship building and networking with their customers, vendors and suppliers.  We'll also raise money for scholarships and have some fun along the way."    
 
The OMEGA Trade Expo has a dual purpose: to expose the membership to the latest products and services in their respective industries and to raise money for the OMEGA scholarship program. 
 
The Trade Expo will take place from 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 15 and will feature approximately 100 exhibitors displaying the latest goods and services available to the oil marketing, grocery and convenience store industries.
 
The OMEGA scholarship program was established to help support higher education for association member employees, members and their children.  OMEGA has raised over $108,000 over the years through the program.
 
OMEGA will host a member golf tournament on Tuesday, May 14 on the Cobb and Stonehaven Golf Courses at the Resort at Glade Springs.  
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