(PRWEB) July 29, 2014
PT4PT gives a warm welcome to the Lone Star State’s Texas Physical Therapy Association (TPTA-PAC) Their group just joined the #OurPack4urPAC fundraiser campaign, which also includes Alabama, Florida, Missouri, and Tennessee. Now Texas can receive contributions from PTs across the country in the same fundraising program that saves money to all PTs purchasing PT4PT electrodes.
The “Our Pack for Your PAC” campaign was started to help PT groups nationwide with fundraising for political advocacy projects. PTs always need quality electrodes, which PT4PT sells at a discount of only $1.97 per pack as a fundraiser tool for state PT PACs, with 50 cents of each pack sold going to the individual organization. PTs can save a bundle of money while helping their own PT-PAC organization. PAC membership is free - it’s a win-win situation for everyone.
Texas PTs, including students and institutions can support their state’s PT-PAC by donating to the TPTA-PAC, where their funds will help elect lawmakers and others who are aware of and support the PT profession through laws and regulations affecting practitioners and their patients.
In just their first quarter, PT4PT has helped enrolled state PT-PACs raise over $3000 in PAC funds – check out their “Get Inspired” page on their website to see more about their latest events and news from around the country.
PT4PT has a presence on Facebook as well as Twitter, with an informational video on YouTube: http://youtu.be/LXOteen5NDY.
Visitors can also watch their PAC contributions accrual in ‘real time’ on PT4PT’s website and enrolled PACs have first hand look at the whole process through their admin pages where the entire process is recorded and documented for abiding with specific state rules.
PT4PT will be hosting a booth (#231) at the 2014 Private Practice Section Annual Conference & Exposition in Colorado Springs, Colorado, November 6 & 7, 2014. Attendees are invited to visit PT4PT’s booth and learn more about this organization and how it can help PACs get the funding and exposure needed to promote the PT profession and the people it serves.
All PACs joining PT4PT before the 2014 PPS (Private Practice Session) conference will be able to take advantage of special PT4PT exposure of their fundraisers through press releases and social media.
This event is not to be missed as it will be the largest PT gathering of year and a wonderful opportunity to network with thousands of other physical therapists.