Posted by Brandon Carter on Mar 12, 2014 4:06:00 AM

What do people get when they sign up for an association, a union, a club, or any kind of membership organization? We know the benefits, the actual services they'll get for being a member, but what do they receive? In other words, how is a group tangible? Here's why this is important: when meeting another person, humans...

Posted by Brandon Carter on Feb 19, 2014 12:23:00 AM

Being an association representative isn't easy. You can talk yourself blue about all the great things the organization does - lobbying, insurance, collective bargaining - and inevitably, the potential member's eyes start wandering off, or they pull out their phone to catch up on the latest Facebook has to offer. This i...

Posted by Brandon Carter on Jan 7, 2014 11:30:00 PM

It's after the holidays. We're all tired of finding little bits of wrapping paper stuffed in between the couch cushions. The kids are already bored with their presents. We just found Uncle Leo's spare set of dentures behind the toilet. On top of it all, we're broke. Like a bad hangover, we're emerging from the holidays...

Posted by Ashley Autry on Feb 29, 2012 7:36:00 AM

Today is February 29, and in case you've been hiding under a rock or are the Jodie Foster character "Nell," you're probably aware that today is a Leap Year day. In a perfect world, you'd be able to choose what you did with this day and it'd be a true free day. We asked marketing assistant Ashley Autry to help us poll s...

Posted by Brandon Carter on Sep 30, 2011 10:47:03 AM

Educator Access Director Emily Hayes works with dozens of educator's associations and literally millions of teachers looking to save with Access discount programs. Occasionally an issue comes up that impacts both education and business. Social media definitely qualifies, and Emily has taken a look at the issue of socia...

Posted by Brandon Carter on Aug 2, 2011 4:40:11 AM

Emily Hayes, Director of Educator Access, just got back from her trip to Gettysburg, PA for the PSEA (Pennsylvania State Education Association) Conference. During her visit, she was able to talk to educators about some new and exciting things coming their way. We asked her to do a quick recap.