Professional Organizers Celebrate Milestone

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Media Contact: Jill Banks 856-380-6902 Jill.Banks@NAPO.net

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National Association of Professional Organizers Kicks Off New year By Celebrating National Public Awareness Campaign Milestone

The National Association or Professional Organizers (NAPO) plan to observe the 10th anniversary of its national public awareness campaign . Local events in the surrounding communities of Mount Laurel New Jersey have now decided to focus their attention nationwide and spread of the word of their awareness for organizing and the benefits that it can have.

Mount Laurel, NJ

The success of the program led NAPO to official proclaim January 2005 as the beginning of GO (Get Organized) Month. They have developed an awareness campaign to focus national attention on how getting organized can benefit your life and well-being.

During GO Month, NAPO feature tips and advice on their website, Get organized blog and other affiliated social media sites. Topics include time management, organization, storage and productivity. 2014 marks the 10th year and to celebrate NAPO has organized over 20 events in New Jersey to celebrate this milestone.

Several of NAPO’s Corporate Associate Member have signed on as official sponsors of GO Month to help deliver NAPO’s beneficial messages about organization and productivity.

About NAPO

The National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) leads and advances the organizing and productivity industry.  NAPO was founded in 1985 as a nonprofit professional educational association for professional organizers. Today, NAPO has approximately 4,000 members worldwide, representing the full spectrum of the global industry: professional organizers, productivity specialists, authors, educators, trainers, manufacturers, service providers and more.

For more information about GO Month and local GO Month events, visit the Get Organized blog.
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