December 8, 2014
PRESS RELEASE: Pitman, NJ – The American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine (ASRA) has chosen Anthony J. Jannetti, Inc. (AJJ), to provide exhibit sales and management for its annual fall and spring meetings, as well as two workshops, under a new multi-year contract. AJJ will also provide sponsorship sales for the meetings.
The agreement between AJJ, an association management, marketing and publishing company headquartered in Pitman, NJ, and ASRA, the largest subspecialty medical society in anesthesiology, was effective beginning December 1, 2014.
Under the agreement, AJJ will sell exhibit space and sponsorship packages for the ASRA Annual Regional Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine Meeting, the Annual Pain Medicine Meeting, as well as ASRA workshops.
“ASRA is a highly respected medical society, with a reputation for excellent education programs,” said AJJ President Anthony J. Jannetti. “We will pull from our more than 40 years of exhibit sales experience to build on ASRA’s strong programs and contribute to their success.”
“We were looking for an exhibit sales company that had proven success and valued the personal touch, both of which we found in A.J. Jannetti,” said ASRA Executive Director Angela Stengel, CAE. “We are excited with what the future holds with Jannetti as our partner.”
Anthony J. Jannetti, Inc. (AJJ) provides a broad range of management services for the health care industry and specialty nursing associations. Services include full-service association management, corporate marketing, advertising, conference management and publishing. AJJ, which was established in 1972, is recognized by the Association Management Company Institute as an accredited association management company (AMC), the highest recognition an AMC can receive.
The American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine (ASRA) is the largest subspecialty medical society in anesthesiology. ASRA’s vision is to be the leader in regional anesthesia and acute and chronic pain medicine through innovations in education and research. Its mission is to advance the science and practice of regional anesthesia and pain medicine. ASRA does this by addressing the clinical and professional educational needs of physicians and scientists; ensuring excellence in patient care utilizing regional anesthesia and pain medicine; and investigating the scientific basis of the specialty.
ASRA was founded in 1923 and was reborn in 1975. ASRA is the largest subspecialty society in anesthesiology. There are approximately 4,000 members, including physicians and scientists and a rich international distribution.
- Press Release