CMA Recognized With Joint Legislative Proclamation

CMA Recognized With Joint Legislative Proclamation

Award-Winning Association Management & Strategic Communications Firm Recognized for Nearly 30 Years of Service Dedicated to Helping Businesses Grow and Succeed

Jeffrey Barnhart, CMA CEO and president, whose firm was recognized for its history of advancing associations to the next level with strategic management, branding, marketing and public relations, with the proclamation at the New Jersey Statehouse.
Jeffrey Barnhart, CMA CEO and president, whose firm was recognized for its history of advancing associations to the next level with strategic management, branding, marketing and public relations, with the proclamation at the New Jersey Statehouse.

PRINCETON JUNCTION, N.J.—August 5, 2016— The New Jersey Senate and Assembly recognized CMA Association Management (CMA), a full-service, award-winning association management and strategic marketing firm based in Princeton Junction, New Jersey, with a joint proclamation for being named 2016 Outstanding Small Business of the Year by the MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce.

Located in Princeton Junction, CMA is a leading association management firm with an integrated strategic marketing and communications team focused on association management and development.

“This special award and recognition from our lawmakers is an honor shared by the entire team at CMA,” Barnhart said. “This recognition celebrates the hard work achieved during the last 29 years in New Jersey for our clients across the state, region, nation and world.”

Barnhart has more than 30 years of experience developing and implementing strategic programs to help numerous associations grow and achieve their strategic imperatives. The West Windsor resident has led the company to 29 years of success, providing crucial guidance to organizations of all sizes and in various locations around the globe.

His rich background includes the integration of sales and marketing through three company mergers at Philips Lighting, and the launch of compact fluorescent lamps, one of the first energy-efficient, environmentally-beneficial lighting products in the U.S. market. He was also instrumental in launching the first program that advocated using new lighting technologies to reduce electricity demand—the precursor to the current Energy Star program.

To learn more about CMA, visit CMAassociations.com.

Proclamation staff

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