Social Media Disclosure Guide
The AEMA’s goals in making better use of new online communication tools (e.g., Web 2.0 technologies, social media, or social networking sites) are:
You may view, download for caching purposes only, and print pages or other content from the website for your own personal use, subject to the restrictions set out below and elsewhere in these terms and conditions.
- Expand our membership
- Better communicate with existing members and target audiences
- Strengthen our relationships with our members
- Fulfill our mission to educate and inform our members and general public about the profession of athletic equipment management.
In addition to sharing AEMA news, official AEMA social media sites post and share topical news content that is current to the field. None of the news articles shared reflect the AEMA or its member’s opinions, beliefs, findings, or experiences. Further, the AEMA does not endorse any product, ideas, or vendors that post to our social media sites. The postings simply reflect the larger conversation that is going on in the field of athletic equipment management.
The AEMA will sometimes include affiliate links in our blog posts, tweets, Facebook posts, workshop materials, and emails. At this time, from these links, we do not receive commissions for any purchases you decide to make from visiting the websites represented by those links. In the future, if this policy changes, we will update the disclosure guide. If and when we do receive compensation, it will help keep costs down and be fully disclosed.
Please direct all questions to:
AEMA c/o Sam Trusner
207 E. Bodman,
Bement, IL 61813
email [email protected]
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