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AAMA launches blogs


December 20, 2012
By American Architectural Manufacturers Association

Dec. 21, 2012 – AAMA recently launched three blogs on www.aamanet.org/blog: Trade Secrets, written by Rich Walker, AAMA's president and CEO; Member Edge, written by Janice Yglesias, AAMA's association services director; and Socially Speaking, written by Sam Sinkhorn, AAMA's communications co-ordinator.


Dec. 20, 2012 – AAMA recently launched three blogs on www.aamanet.org/blog: Trade Secrets, written by Rich Walker, AAMA's president and CEO; Member Edge, written by Janice Yglesias, AAMA's association services director; and Socially Speaking, written by Sam Sinkhorn, AAMA's communications co-ordinator.

“We are pleased to announce the launch of the AAMA blogs as they will enhance
our online communications and better serve our members by providing the latest
information on hot industry topics, association membership and social media,”
says Walker.

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Specifically, Trade Secrets will feature monthly posts on Walker’s perspective
on issues affecting the fenestration industry, including updates on Energy Star
and relevant federal legislation, in addition to topics that are applicable
across all industries, such as the importance of taking vacation time.

Also featuring monthly posts, Member Edge will focus on AAMA’s membership
initiatives. According to Yglesias, “The Member Edge blog will provide an
excellent forum to highlight the value of various AAMA programs and services as
well as to share conversations with our members about their perspectives on our
association and the future of the fenestration industry.”

AAMA’s third blog, Socially Speaking, will include weekly updates that
highlight platform-specific social media best practices.

“Now that AAMA is
actively participating on both LinkedIn and Twitter, Socially
Speaking will supplement the how-to presentations given at AAMA Conferences by
serving as an additional resource for the latest in social media news, tips and trends,” says Sinkhorn.

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