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Professional Associations
Ranked by Membership
Rank
Name
Address
Phone Fax
Website
Email
Individual Members
Operating Budget 2014
Full-time Local Employees
Mission Statement
Person in Charge / Title
Year Founded
1
Pikes Peak Association of Realtors
430 N.Tejon St.
Colo. Spgs., CO 80903
719-633-7718 719-476-8170
www.ppar.com
tstorm@ppar.org
2,900
$1,000,000
21
The Pikes Peak Association of REALTORS helps its members to be ethical, professional and successful by providing quality services and protecting the free enterprise system and real property rights.
Terry Storm, President & CEO
1902
2
BNI Colorado - Business Network Int'l of Colorado Inc.
3585 Van Teylingen Dr., Ste C
Colo. Spgs., CO 80917
719-264-1300 719-570-0497
www.bnicolorado.com
bni@bnicolorado.com
1,776
$750,000
5
The mission of BNI and BNI Colorado is to help members increase their business through a structured, positive, and professional word-of-mouth program that enables them to develop long-term, meaningful relationships with quality business professionals.
Margie Cowan
Brad Leppla, Executive Directors
1985
3
El Paso County Bar Association
PO Box 429
Colo. Spgs., CO 80901-0429
719-473-9700 719-473-9216
www.elpasocountybar.org
info@elpasocountybar.org
1,100
$187,000
2
The Bar Association's mission is to provide legal information and services to its members and to promote respect for the law and the legal profession by the public.
Zelna Joseph, PhD, Executive Director
1902
4
Colorado Springs Police Protective Association
559 E. Pikes Peak Ave., Ste. 102
Colo. Spgs., CO 80903
719-634-0058 719-634-0755
www.csppa.org
rhonda@csppa.org
900
$900,000
2
The Colorado Springs Police Protective Association represents sworn and civilian employees and retirees of the Colorado Springs Police Department. We work cooperatively with city government to represent our members, especially in the area of pay and benefits. We provide a variety of services to our members including legal representation. The Colorado Springs Police Protective Association speaks with one voice and moves with one purpose: to support our members.
Barry Freeman, President
1971
5
Housing and Building Association of Colorado Springs
4585 Hilton Pkwy, Ste. 100
Colo. Spgs., CO 80907
719-592-1800 719-260-8398
www.cshba.com
renee@cshba.com
600
N/A
7
The Housing and Building Association of Colorado Springs is committed to promoting policies that allow for the production of safe, decent and affordable housing and to enhancing the environment for the housing and building industry in El Paso County.
Renee Zentz, Chief Executive Officer
1950