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"In no country in the world has the principle of association been more successfully used, or applied to a greater multitude of objects, than in America."
Alexis de Tocqueville

We encourage colloquy in all our work. We work wih professional communicators, journalists, management associations and organizations concerned about better communications.

Our emphasis is on public affairs, sound management and problem solving.

  • There are 135,000 associations in the United States.
  • 9 out of 10 adult Americans belong to at least one association, and 1 out of 4 belongs to at least four associations.
  • U.S Associations comprise 206 million memberships in total.
  • 95 percent of associations offer educational programs for members.
  • More than 95 national, regional or local associations offer a media competition as a tool for improving public awareness of their issues and concerns.
  • Many other foundations, universities and private groups also use media competitions to get the word out.
  • 75 percent provide lobbying or government relations services.
  • 79 percent offer public information or education activities.
  • Most associations are small, local, state or regional or represent niche markets within their industries or professions.

Fair Postal Policy, the First Amendment and Strong Newspapers!

APW represents clients with concerns about affordable mail service, timely delivery and fair competition. It works with National Newspaper Association on laws and policies for delivery of community newspapers to readers across America.

APW believes in a strong US Postal Service that provides universal service to all areas of America.

APW and its clients have successfully maintained preferred postage rates for small newspapers intended to permit them to purchase only the delivery parts of the service that they need. Currently, it is engaged in a campaign to guarantee that USPS does not use its monopoly status and government privileges to favor large direct mail companies over local newspapers.

APW also works with communicators in the National Federation of Press Women to protect the First Amendment.

APW  believes a critical pillar of transparency in government is public notices, required of governments and third parties that exercise public powers. Public notices should be published in newspapers, where they will be noticed, and not diverted to obscure and often inaccessible government websites.

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