The Baltimore-based planning, architecture and interior design firm is one of a small group of companies that will contribute to CMAA’s bronze sponsorship program, which organizes educational initiatives, national conferences and other events and programs.
Baltimore-based Chambers announced a five-year partnership with the Club Managers Association of America (CMAA) and its philanthropic arm, Club Foundation (CF).
Chambers is a planning, architecture and interior design firm specializing in private country, golf and city clubs. It joins a small group of companies contributing to CMAA’s Corporate Advantage Program (CAP), through a bronze sponsorship that will support the organization’s educational initiatives, national conferences and other events and programs.
“The Club Managers Association and its Club Foundation are the leading sources of information and education for the club industry,” said Rick Snellinger, President and CEO of Chambers. “We look forward to being able to support the growth and evolution of the industry through a productive, long-term partnership with CMAA.”
The sponsorship will help forward CMAA’s annual World Conference, Business Management Institute, Leadership/Legislative Conference and Mid-Managers Conference, among other events. Other CAP sponsors include John Deere Golf, Club Car, E-Z-GO and Cybex.
“Chambers sets the standard for innovative club and facility design,” said Jim Singerling, CCM, Chief Executive Officer of CMAA. “We are excited to be working with Chambers as, collectively, we look to further the profession of club management in America and beyond.”rss