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Huntington Association Management

Huntington Association ManagementFor over 25 years, Huntington Association Management has been an association management and marketing resource for non-profits, arts, and professional associations. Whether you seek an executive director, marketing of your special event, or desire an entire staff of administrative or marketing personnel, Huntington Association Management will meet your needs.

These are challenging times and you deserve the best professional guidance in nonprofit management. Huntington Association Management has carried out membership growth campaigns and annual events, board meetings, education programs, and industry expos.

Business associations and charitable organizations deserve professional management of business activities, financial matters, membership records and special events. Huntington clients experience significantly less expense than the cost of hiring employees and leasing office space. Our clients enjoy a wide array of services performed on time. It’s time to have professional services replacing well meant but inconsistent volunteer work and means more efficiency for your organization.

Testimonials

  • “I feel like our company’s public image is in good hands.” /
  • “Our affiliate has been recognized as ahead of the curve. We are fortunate to have you as management.” /
  • “You are excellent at balancing the needs and opinions of members and the board.” /
  • “We didn’t know we weren’t getting a good deal on all our services until we hired Huntington.” /
Recent Post

We are the EMTs of the association world: Is your association near death?

Have you waited too long to get professional help? As a popular commercial script goes, “we’ve seen a thing or two.” Entering our third decade of working with nonprofits and business associations, we, too, have some stories.

We are always happy to be brought in as the association management firm when a board has decided it’s time for a change. This last year or two have kept our phones busy because as the economy strengthens so do the industry associations. Members join up again looking for value. What if their board has not built value?

Boards can put their associations out of business in several ways. The loudest death chime rings when nobody cares; when everyone thinks the other board members are going to take care of things.

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