The Moery Company Sponsors Driver Santino Ferrucci at Chili Bowl Nationals

Moery Company

Today, The Moery Company announces that it will be sponsoring Santino Ferrucci at the Chili Bowl Nationals in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the dirt racing equivalent of the Super Bowl.

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The Moery Company Announces Auto Racing Division

Moery Company

This week, the company sponsors former Indy 500 Rookie of the Year and NASCAR Xfinity Driver Santino Ferrucci at the super bowl of dirt racing, The Lucas Oil Chili Bowl, in Tulsa Oklahoma.

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Diversify Your Product and Service Offerings – Association Field Report (January 15, 2021)

Moery Company

I’m reporting from Tulsa, Oklahoma where the Chili Bowl is kicking off this week. Welcome to observations from the field. 2021 is going to be a time of your customers, clients and industries that you’re trying to reach. They’re going to be in control, wanting more flexibility from you around your products and services. From the association space point of view, this looks like membership structure and their dues model are in need of flexibility. It’s essential to look at associations.

Starting Chapters? In 2019?

Mariner Management

They launched new chapters in six focus regions: Austin, Birmingham, Detroit, Piedmont North Carolina, Tulsa, and Dallas/Fort Worth. According to the 2019 Chapter Benchmarking Study , the trend looks more like it’s about closing chapters.

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Add Chapters to Make an Old Association Feel New

Associations Now

So far, six local affiliates have been announced in Austin, Texas; Birmingham, Alabama; Detroit; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Dallas-Fort Worth; and the Piedmont region of North Carolina. Launching a chapter network has helped PEN America, a literary organization with almost 100 years of history, recruit new members and reinvent opportunities for member engagement at the local level.

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Black Newspaper Publishers Demand Action After Police Shootings

Associations Now

Millions of our readers across the nation are once again outraged at the latest fatal incidents of police brutality in Tulsa and Charlotte. In response to shootings of African-American men by police officers around the country, the National Newspaper Publishers Association has declared a state of emergency for black America, calling for the federal government to take specific steps to address the problem.

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