October 11, 2016 – The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP), the voice of the chiropractic profession, proudly announces the enrollment of North Dakota Chiropractic Association (NDCA) in Group Membership. This new level of support raises F4CP membership totals to 20 Group Members and more than 15,000 active doctors of chiropractic (DCs).
“Group Membership ensures NDCA and its members who accept with access to F4CP member benefits, including use of all marketing material, a listing within the nationwide directory, access to practice-building webinars and tool kits, and much more, at no additional cost,” says Jacob Holkup, DC, president, NDCA. “As a group, we recognize the tremendous value of this program and look forward to utilizing campaign resources to spread positive awareness about the chiropractic profession.”
Group Members are included within a premier class of support and are entitled to additional benefits. Group Membership is available to organizations that commit to an annual F4CP contribution in the amount of $10 per qualified stakeholder. Doctors who practice full-time and pay full dues to the organization are considered qualified stakeholders. If an organization offers a discounted rate to full-time practicing doctors in their first three years of practice, the F4CP includes those stakeholders at no cost.
“We are pleased to welcome NDCA to our Group Membership, and are confident that this new level of enrollment will lead to future success for the profession,” says Sherry McAllister, DC, executive vice president, F4CP.
North Dakota Chiropractic Association marks the 20th organization to join the following F4CP Group Members:
“We greatly appreciate the support of our Group Members – old and new alike – and look forward to implementing innovative new benefits that will further encourage our members to support the F4CP’s efforts,” says Kent S. Greenawalt, chairman, F4CP. “It is our hope that the organizations that have yet to enroll in Group Membership will follow NDCA’s lead and aid in the mission of positive press for the profession.”