The Nebraska Grocery Industry Association (NGIA) offers members an easy, convenient way to redeem manufacturer coupons. The retailer is not required to count or sort coupons. Coupons, including those in ads, are simply placed in a sturdy, well-sealed envelope or box and sent to our processing partner. The retailer will receive an email acknowledgment when coupons arrive and is paid approximately 45 days from the time coupons are received.
With retailers in 47 states, the coupon redemption program offered by NGIA is a trusted, effective way for retailers to recover dollars expended in the process of accepting coupons from your customers.
To get started, or for more information regarding programs offered by NGIA, please contact:
Ansley Fellers, Executive Director
The Nebraska Money Order Associates, Inc. (NMOA) Expresslane Money Order Program is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Nebraska Grocery Industry Association. The program was established in order to insure that all members of the food industry, regardless of size, can offer money orders to their customers.
Laser Checks and Deposit Slips are available through NGIA. All checks are available in a variety of colors and have a choice of security features. We also have deposit slips that fit your needs. NGIA has negotiated special rates for our members. An easy way to support your Association and save money at the same time.
Laser Check Pricing Sheet
Samples of Laser Checks
Laser Check Order Form
Leadership Development Program
2019 Leadership Development Program
Features Government Affairs Day at the Capitol
The Nebraska Grocery Industry Association has established the Nebraska Grocery Industry Association Scholarship Program to achieve a number of highly desirable objectives. It recognizes and aids deserving students who are related to Nebraska’s food industry by virtue of their parents’ employment or their own part-time employment by businesses that are dues-paying members of the Nebraska Grocery Industry Association (NGIA). This scholarship program was established as an expression of appreciation to the members of NGIA and as a service to its members