NKBA Launches Program for Sponsorships

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NKBA Launches Program for Sponsorships

Hackettstown, NJ Members of the National Kitchen & Bath
Association can now sponsor any one of more than 25 programs and
events offered throughout the year as part of the association’s
newly-launched Member Partnership Program, the NKBA announced.

According to the NKBA, which is headquartered here, partnership
possibilities are available in five distinct categories:
Professional Development, National Kitchen & Bath Conference
and the Kitchen/ Bath Industry Show (K/BIS), Design
Activities/Promotional Opportunities, Chapter and Leadership
Development, and Scholarships and Endowments.

“Supporting the association and its programs can be beneficial
to all parties involved,” commented NKBA president Stephanie Witt,
CKD, CBD.

“The number of programs is abundant, and our partners’ efforts
can help build value and strength for the kitchen and bath
industry, while complementing the association’s efforts of building
awareness for the finest professionals in the kitchen and bath
industry.”

Witt added that the NKBA is attempting to expand its research
options “and deliver essential, future-focused educational
opportunities and products.”

For example, the association has retooled its educational
programming in 2000, and has expanded its Endorsed College Program,
for which scholarships can be offered in a sponsoring company’s
name, Witts pointed out.

“With over 75 more schools added to this year’s schedule,
sponsors can reach an unlimited number of designers with product
demonstrations and personal conversations,” Witt said, adding that
funds are also being allocated for “studies and reports designed to
enhance the knowledge base of the entire industry.”

“We’re very excited about the possibilities sponsorship has for
the NKBA and its members,” 
Witt said.

Information on the NKBA’s Member Partnership Program can be
obtainedby calling (800) 843-6522.

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