(Washington, D.C., December 7, 2012) - The National Club Association (NCA) is excited to welcome Global Allies to NCA's Corporate Partner Program as an Executive Partner. After several years of being an involved NCA Associate Member, Global Allies' new position as an Executive Partner sets it apart as a prominent ally in NCA's mission to advocate for the private club industry's interests and highlights Global Allies' dedication to NCA's member clubs.
Global Allies is a premier furnisher of banquet chairs and task chairs to the hospitality and private club industries. The company prides itself on top quality products and exceptional aftermarket service.
"The seasoned staff at Global Allies bring a high level of experience and dedication to the club industry," observed NCA President & CEO Susanne R. Wegrzyn. "I am confident that their knowledge and insight will help NCA better support our members through their role as an Executive Partner."
"We're thrilled to announce our role as an Executive Partner with the National Club Association," said Adam Kubryk, director of sales and marketing for Global Allies. "We're very excited to support and connect with private clubs through our new relationship with NCA."
With its commitment as an Executive Partner, Global Allies will benefit NCA's private club members through involvement in many new projects, including targeted editorial contributions in Club Director and NCA CONNECT.
Additionally, Global Allies' commitment helps shape the future of the private club industry through a contribution to the National Club Association Foundation (NCAF). The NCA Foundation is the National Club Association's charitable arm, established in 1993, supporting research and education programs that provide insight into the forces likely to shape the private club experience down the road.
Since 1961, the National Club Association (NCA) has served as the primary advocate for private clubs, representing their business, legal and legislative interests, while providing a wealth of invaluable resources to address clubs' educational needs related to operations, model club practices and effective leadership.