The Professional Aviation Maintenance Association (PAMA) is pleased to announce their national headquarters is now located in Ionia, Michigan.
Centralized in the Midwest with access to the entire country and a much more economical environment to work in!
Dale Forton, President, has several ties to the community and surrounding area. He believes that having staff in a single location will prove to be economical and provide a more efficient process for day to day operations. This will allow PAMA to be more focused on providing more personalized attention to its members and committees. "Over the years I have had a lot of our members ask why we have to be in DC with all the communication methods we have" Forton said. The Board of Directors and the President answered this with "We don't have to be anymore!"
Roger Sickler, Chairman, PAMA Board of Directors says that "I believe having the staff under one roof will allow for a much more productive environment."
PAMA is looking forward to reaching out to its members in new creative ways. Located in a mid-western small town will help bring the organization back to its roots in representing the Aviation Maintenance Technician.
The new contact information for PAMA headquarters is:
972 E. Tuttle Rd
Ionia, MI 48846-8606
About PAMA: The purpose of PAMA, the Professional Aviation Maintenance Association, is to promote a high degree of professionalism among aviation maintenance personnel, while improving methods, skills, learning, and achievement in the field of aviation maintenance. In addition to conducting national, state and local meetings and seminars, PAMA’s ongoing activities include fostering communications, recognizing excellence and collaborating with governmental and other organizations to enhance the safety and stature of the maintenance profession. For more information, visit PAMA online at pama.org
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