Associate Membership

PAMS wants to thank you for your interest in becoming a member! 

Associate Members include manufacturers, support services and other business entities not otherwise qualified for a regular membership.  The privileges and rights of an Associate Membership are grouped in three levels, Platinum, Gold and Silver Associate Memberships. Below are the full descriptions of each Associate Membership level.  Associate Members may serve on one or more committees but do not have voting privileges.  Associate Members are invited to serve annually on PAMS’ Board of Directors in a non-voting capacity.

Membership Pricing


$5,160 if paying by credit card

Become A Platinum Member And Receive The Opportunity To Reach Our Members By Video!

  • Corporate Logo and Link on PAMS home page
  • Videos, under one minute, to add to PAMS emails to membership

  • Complete Listing of PAMS Members

  • Listing in Annual Convention Brochure as a Convention Sponsor ($1000 value)

  • Free Booth at Annual, One-Day Billing Program
  • Recognition & Logo on each issue of "Take Note" PAMS eNewsletter

  • Monthly use of PAMS listserv for promotional materials

  • Recognition as an educational partner at all PAMS events, continuing education events, etc (up to a $5,000 value)

  • Two FREE skirted / signed exhibit booths at Annual Convention for 4 representatives (a $1,500 value)

  • Recognition on all PAMS programs, newsletters and literature

  • Link on PAMS website to sponsors.


$1,806 if paying by credit card

  • Corporate Logo listed on PAMS website

  • Complete listing of PAMS Members

  • Bi-Monthly use of PAMS Listserv for promotional materials

  • One FREE skirted / signed exhibit booth at Annual Convention for 2 representatives (a $850 value and a $100 savings over Silver Level for convention exhibitors)

  • Link on PAMS Website to sponsors


$1,135 if paying by credit card

  • Listing on PAMS Website

  • Complete listing of PAMS Members

  • Quarterly use of PAMS Listserv for promotional materials

Lobbying expenses are non-deductible for Federal Income tax purposes, and dues paid to Associations are non-deductible to the extent of the Association's lobbying expenditures. this provision was contained in the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993. The deduction of amounts paid to the Association as ordinary and necessary business expenses is subject to federal limitations imposed as a result of the Association's lobbying activities. It is estimated that 20% of membership dues are non-deductible.

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