Organizations with Multiple PRSA Members Take Advantage of Group Membership Option

With PRSA’s current group membership promotion, organizations that sign up a team of five or more members for the first time receive free Professional Interest Section membership and waived initiation fee.Mentor program kickoff 2014

Several organizations with members in the Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter of PRSA take advantage of the Group Membership benefit offered through PRSA. Organizations with at least five members are eligible. Group membership benefits include single invoicing, ease of adding new members, transferability of membership and best pricing on PRSA events.

“Having a group membership in PRSA provides several valuable benefits to our PR department,” said Evan Zeppos, executive vice president and managing director, PR at Laughlin Constable. “The group membership option helps our PR staff maximize resources and assists in building a stronger team environment. It provides continuing education opportunities, helps us stay informed of key trends and emerging industry issues and offers valuable networking opportunities. It also opens the door for younger team members to learn more about and seriously consider earning the APR designation.”

“I appreciate PRSA for their ability to showcase best practices and educate professionals about trends we’d not be able to track on our own,” said Nicole Hallada, vice president of marketing and communications at the Association of Equipment Manufacturers, which also takes advantage of the group membership option.Palooza 2015

Advantages of membership in the Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter include:

  • Professional development and networking opportunities
  • APR assistance
  • Job bank
  • Awards and recognition

Download the membership application, or contact Pamela R. Weess for more information about group membership.