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AFSA Appoints Elliott as Director of Member Services

The nation’s largest fire sprinkler industry group, the American Fire Sprinkler Association (AFSA), is pleased to announce the growth of its Membership Department with the hiring of Bradley Elliott as director of member services, further bolstering the organization’s commitment to its membership experience.

As director of member services for AFSA, Elliott will be a primary point of contact for members and will be responsible for developing strategies to ensure the association is engaged with its membership. Elliott’s duties will also include advocating member benefits and services as well as cultivating membership growth for the Association. Additionally, he will be charged with leading the development, implementation and evaluation of membership recruitment and retention strategies, as well as day-to-day management of the membership department staff.

“I am excited by the opportunity to work for such a great organization,” says Elliott. “AFSA is a strong association with a wealth of member benefits. My goal is to refine and enhance our offerings so that we deliver tools, services and experiences that continue to increase our value proposition for our members.”

Elliott is a 2008 graduate of the University of North Texas in Denton, with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in finance.  Prior to his work at AFSA, he served as director of communications & marketing at the Apartment Association of Greater Dallas (AAGD), collaborating with members on a daily basis.

AFSA was founded in 1981, and with more than 1,000 company members, it is the largest fire sprinkler organization of its kind in the nation. Providing members with education, leadership, and networking opportunities, AFSA seeks to provide its members with the tools necessary to improve and grow their businesses.

Bradley Elliott can be reached at (214) 349-5965 ext. 135 or Visit AFSA online at for more information.

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