TORONTO, Ontario (August 12, 2022) – The Club Management Association of Canada (CMAC) and Club Support Inc. (Club Support) are delighted to announce a new partnership agreement for a three-year period which will enhance Club Support’s position as one of CMAC’s valued Corporate Partners. The CMAC Corporate Partner program recognizes industry partners, which share the values of CMAC and offer members support as leaders in the club management profession in Canada.
CMAC’s vision is to create great leaders through excellence in professional club management and its mission is to promote and develop the profession of club management. ****The Association offers a variety of programs and services in response to member needs and expectations including the certification program leading to the Certified Club Manager (CCM) and Certified Chief Executive (CCE) designations, career opportunities, and a forum for networking for COOs, GMs, clubhouse managers, food and beverage supervisors, golf superintendents, chefs, and other professionals involved in club management.
“Club Support is proud to continue and strengthen our relationship with CMAC,” – said Denis Kateneff, chief executive officer at Club Support Inc.
“We appreciate the opportunity to collaborate with CMAC and their leadership group, providing resources to strengthen the positive impact of CMAC and the club management profession throughout Canada.”
“Being a supporter of CMAC for many years, we are thrilled and excited to have Club Support officially join us as a Gold Corporate Partner,” stated Suzanne Godbehere, chief executive officer at CMAC. “Our Corporate Partners are integral to ensuring CMAC continues to deliver quality education and opportunities to its members, and we appreciate this commitment by Club Support.
“The Partnership was agreed upon on August 1, 2022.
About Club Management Association of Canada
The Club Management Association of Canada is the national professional association for individuals involved in the club management profession in Canada. Since 1957, the association has supported members with education, certification, networking and member events to facilitate them being the best in the industry. Members include general managers, chief operating officers, assistant general managers, clubhouse managers, golf superintendents, chefs, controllers, food and beverage supervisors, golf professionals, as well as students interested in pursuing a career in club management. CMAC professionals work at private, semi-private and public golf clubs, country clubs, city clubs, faculty clubs and recreation and leisure clubs.
CMAC is currently headquartered in Toronto, Ontario with over 550 members and 11 branches across Canada.
For more information about CMAC, please visit www.thecmac.ca or follow @clubmgmtcanada on Twitter, @clubmgmtcanada on Instagram and The Club Management Association of Canada on LinkedIn.
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