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Corporate Support Benefits Levels

Corporate Support Recognition Program

AAPM&R strives to build meaningful relationships with supporters. The Corporate Support Program is a reflection of the value we place on companies who demonstrate their commitment to the Academy and the PM&R community by supporting items or activities.

Program Details 


 

PLATINUM
$75,000 and above

GOLD
$45,000 to $74,999

SILVER
$15,000 to $44,999


Program Benefits


Acknowledgement by level in the Annual Assembly (AA) Preliminary Program (deadlines apply)

Yes

Yes

Yes


Acknowledgement by level in the AA Official Program (deadlines apply)

Yes

Yes

Yes


Additional Benefits


AA pre and post registrant list rentals for a mailing
(each for one-time use)

Free pre- and post-sets

Free pre-set

50% discount on pre-set


Color logo recognition on AAPM&R website

Yes

Yes

Yes


Link from logo to home page of website

Yes

Yes

No


For more information, contact: corporatesupport@aapmr.org

For information on the Corporate Support Program, contact Sharon Popielewski, Director, Business and Resource Development, at (847) 727-6048 at corporatesupport@aapmr.org

Corporate Support Recognition

Support allows AAPM&R to enhance the medical specialty of physical medicine and rehabilitation, carry forth the organization's mission and goals, and improve patient care. AAPM&R gratefully recognizes the following organizations for their support.

Platinum Level $75,000 +

Allergan

MedStar

Daiichi-2022x2004

Ipsen

Merz

Otsuka

Gold Level $45,000–$74,999

 

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spaulding

Mallinckrodt

Medtronic

Silver Level $15,000–$44,999

CELLING LOGO VECTOR - ORANGE and BLACK

MayoClinic

MedStar

Purdue

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NYULangone

 

PennMedicine

AAPM&R values the support received through educational grants and in-kind donations; however, for compliance reasons, educational support for CME activities and in-kind support are not included in the Corporate Support Program. Also, all companies have the opportunity to elect not to receive the benefits of support in order to comply with internal policies.