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AARP

abbr.
American Association of Retired Persons

AARP

American Association of Retired Persons.
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Noun1.AARP - an association of people to promote the welfare of senior citizensAARP - an association of people to promote the welfare of senior citizens
association - a formal organization of people or groups of people; "he joined the Modern Language Association"
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We've got 37 million members in AARP and I am sure we have liberals and conservatives and middle-of-the-roaders," said Jackson.
AARP and other"advocacy" organizations that participate in the incremental dismantling of Medicare are part of the problem and should be viewed for what they are: nonprofits that are advocating for their own well-being at the expense of their members.
The endorsement drew howls of outrage from many Democrats and long-time AARP supporters.
But a name change was just the beginning: AARP launched an aggressive media campaign to reach boomers with active lifestyles and repositioned itself to appeal to a much broader audience.
We have banned together to help protect them," says Wooden an AARP volunteer of five years.
By 1988, the AARP, IACP, and NSA passed resolutions in support of this working relationship, and the Triad concept was formed.
AARP does fund some interesting things like this group in Washington that does research and provides educational information to the consumer members of the state medical-licensing boards and the professional review organizations, but it's a tiny, tiny amount of its massive, several-hundred-million-dollar budget.
The lease transaction with AARP was consummated in November of 1988.
Power a Dream' marketing campaign designed to increase awareness and help AARP members play a bigger role in saving for loved ones' college educations
This agreement with AARP is a step forward in helping more people plan against the uncertainties that increasing life spans can bring, which is a critical and unmet need for millions of Americans, said Mark Pfaff, Executive Vice President and Head of Agency, New York Life.
AARP and AARP Foundation will match dollar-for-dollar contributions up to $500,000, which could mean up to $1,000,000 in aid.
We are providing a valuable service that offers great savings to AARP members.