Columbia, MD: May 21, 2013â€”The National Association of Credit Management (NACM) held its annual Membership Awards presentation during the Super Session of its 117th Credit Congress and Exposition in Las Vegas on May 21. The NACM Membership Awards recognize the NACM affiliates with the most gain in primary members (the first representative from a member company), or associate members (additional members from the same company) in their membership size category.
The Group 1 Award for growth in primary membership was presented to NACM Oregon in Portland, and was accepted by Marsha Johnson, CCE, NACM Oregon chairman.
The Group 1 Award for associate membership growth was awarded to NACM Gulf States in Houston, and was accepted by James Clem, CCE, chairman of Gulf States' membership committee.
The primary membership growth award for Group 2 went to NACM North Central/Forius in Minneapolis, with the award accepted by Ashley Henning, CGA, NACM North Central director of association services.
The Group 2 award for associate membership growth was presented to NACM Saint Louis Gateway Region, an affiliate of the NACM Connect family of companies in Rolling Meadows, Illinois. Rochelle Wilson, CGA, membership consultant, accepted the award on behalf of the NACM affiliate.
NACM Wisconsin, also an affiliate of the NACM Connect family of companies in Rolling Meadows, Illinois, took the Group 3 awards for both primary and associate membership growth. The awards were accepted by Frank Schetski, membership consultant for NACM Wisconsin.
Finally, the Group 4 award for primary membership growth was presented to NACM Rhode Island and Southeastern England (RISEN) in Providence, Rhode Island. Accepting the award for RISEN was Chairman Denise Reyes, CCE.
NACM warmly congratulates each affiliate. Each new NACM member has access to the tools and resources that help them protect their companiesâ€™ largest asset, accounts receivable, and enable their professional growth within and outside the bounds of traditional credit management, facilitating growth for their companies in the United States and abroad.
About the National Association of Credit Management
NACM, headquartered in Columbia, Maryland, supports more than 15,000 business credit and financial professionals worldwide with premier industry services, tools and information. NACM and its network of affiliated associations are the leading resource for credit and financial management information, education, products and services designed to improve the management of business credit and accounts receivable. NACMâ€™s collective voice has influenced federal legislative policy results concerning commercial business and trade credit to our nationâ€™s policy makers for more than 100 years, and continues to play an active part in legislative issues pertaining to business credit and corporate bankruptcy. Its annual Credit Congress is the largest gathering of credit professionals in the world.
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