affinity group


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affinity group

n.
A group of people who share a common interest, background, or goal.

affin′ity group`


n.
a group of persons affiliated with the same organization, college, etc., often receiving certain discounts or other privileges.
[1970–75]
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These members formed a loose affinity group, whose purpose is to collaborate on how best to solve the public transportation problem in southern Delaware.
The New Mexico Nurses' Association (NMNA) has created an affinity group in response to New Mexico's need for nursing workforce diversity.
Leadership liaisons are senior executives who are paired with and facilitate communications with each employee affinity group.
John Peoples, managing partner of Global Lead Management Consulting, helps companies design and strengthen affinity groups and provides counseling on how to gauge the effectiveness of a company's affinity group:
Cybertel Communications Corporation (BULLETIN BOARD: CYTP) , CYTP through its subsidiary, Cybertel Holdings has named the management team that will lead the company in its quest to become the "CARD OF CHOICE" to millions of Affinity Group credit card holders.
Our financial results for our Internet and certain affinity group programs have been lagging behind our core business operations," McIntyre said.
And in the lobby, a receptionist stands ready to greet motorists who pop in to say hello at the headquarters of Affinity Group Inc.
Return Assured Incorporated (Nasdaq: RTRN) and The Affinity Group, Inc.
a leading medical decision-support services for patients, announced a partnership with Affinity Group Underwriters, Inc.
Each affinity group which participates in the QQwebPOWER program will have a fully transactional website for its members.
11 /PRNewswire/ -- Standard & Poor's assigned its double-'B'-minus rating to Affinity Group Inc.
CONTACT: Mark Boggess of Affinity Group, 303-790-2267, ext.