PT4PT - A Better Way for Funding Physical Therapy Advocacy

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A promising new advocacy fundraising program, PT4PT, is set to launch on February 4, 2014 in Florida, with its national debut at the APTA CSM show in Las Vegas, NV.

PT4PT, a new advocacy fundraising program for physical therapists, will make its Florida debut on February 4, 2014. The concept is simple: most PTs need electrodes in their daily practices, agreed a group of physical therapists. They decided to use the proceeds from the sales of high-quality discounted electrodes to help fund political PT advocacy projects and campaigns, and so the PT4PT was born.

Check out this short video that explains more about PT4PT:

"Every time you buy your electrodes from PT4PT, you not only help yourself to a quality product at a fair price, but your money goes where it does the most good: to advocate for your profession on every level."

But don't take our word for it - here's a testimonial from The Florida Physical Therapy Association:
"A remarkable group of private practice physical therapist leaders have formed PT4PT as a promising program aimed at generating grassroots advocacy support for the profession while benefiting every day clinical practice.

The Florida Physical Therapy Association (FPTA) and Florida Physical Therapy Political Action Committee (FPT-PAC) supports the dedicated leaders of PT4PT as it strives to make every PT and PTA an integral part of the ever-changing future of the profession in the most tangible way, advocacy!

By partnering with PT4PT physical therapist and physical therapist assistants empower their professional political organizations through campaign contributions in a simple, affordable way. Partnering with PT4PT allows every practicing PT and PTA to participate through a product you use every day in the course of your work as a professional.

Tad Fisher, FPTA CEO

Learn more about PT4PT by visiting our website at PT4PT will make its national debut at the 2014 APTA CSM trade show in Las Vegas, Booth #276. See you there!

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