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The Canadian Society of Club Managers Reveals New Magazine Design
TORONTO, Ontario (December 11, 2019) – The Canadian Society of Club Managers (CSCM) is delighted to announce that its industry-leading publication, Club Manager Quarterly (CMQ), will have a new refreshed look and feel, starting with the CMQ Winter 2020 issue. This design change comes at the same time that CSCM signed a new partnership agreement with Lester Communications Inc., a leading communications firm that will publish, print, and distribute the magazine. This partnership will begin with the CMQ Winter 2020 issue.
Suzanne Godbehere, Chief Executive Officer of CSCM, says, “CSCM is built on two main principles – education and networking. CMQ plays a critical role in ensuring we reinforce the core competencies of the Certified Club Manager (CCM) designation, the hallmark of professionalism in club management. We are confident that our partnership with Lester will result in a high-quality publication that will strengthen our Society as we strive to develop, promote and support excellence in club management.”
Paul Morrell, CCM, Chair of CSCM’s Editorial Advisory Committee remarked, “The advisory committee will continue to lead the editorial efforts for CMQ in conjunction with the CSCM National Office. We are excited to be part of this change to ensure we remain relevant to the membership. CMQ will continue to be a great read and even more so with these changes.”
Jill Harris, Publisher at Lester, echoed these sentiments. “Everyone at Lester is thrilled about our new partnership with CSCM. We’re excited to put our skills into practice for the Society and add even more value to the CMQ’s readers and advertisers.”
The Winter 2020 media kit featuring the new design can be found here.
About Club Manager Quarterly
CMQ is a professional journal published four times per year. The journal is distributed as a benefit of membership to the Society's more than 550 members as well as to other subscribers and various stakeholder organizations. The majority of CSCM members indicate that they read every issue; over half indicate that they share each issue with their respective club board members; and the majority share it with other staff.
About the Canadian Society of Club Managers (www.cscm.org)
Established in 1957, CSCM is the national professional society representing the club management profession in Canada. Of our approximately 600 members, over 70% are from golf clubs, and the remainder from a variety of city, recreation, fitness, curling and other types of clubs.
The Society’s members hold position titles that include General Manager, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer as well as Assistant Manager, Clubhouse Manager, Controller and Food and Beverage Manager.
About Lester Communications Inc. (www.lestercommunications.ca)
Lester Communications Inc. is a specialized communications firm that has been helping trade and professional associations across North America connect to the people and organizations they need to reach. Established in Winnipeg, MB in 2001, Lester understands through experience the unique requirements and objectives that associations have when it comes to communications strategy.