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AFMAAustralian Financial Markets Association
AFMAAustralian Fisheries Management Authority
AFMAAmerican Furniture Manufacturers Association
AFMAAmerican Fiber Manufacturers Association
AFMAAmerican Film Marketing Association (now known simply as AFMA)
AFMAAmericans for Medical Advancement
AFMAAir Force Manpower Agency (US Air Force; Randolph AFB, TX, USA)
AFMAAgricultural and Fisheries Modernization Act (Philippines)
AFMAAnimal Feed Manufacturers Association
AFMAAustralasian Fleet Managers Association (Australia)
AFMAAustralian False Memory Association
AFMAArizona Floodplain Management Association
AFMAAmerican Family Martial Arts
AFMAAutomated Fabrication of Mobility Aids
AFMAAlberta Farmers' Market Association
AFMAAmerican Folk Musicians Association
AFMAAssociation of Food Marketing Agencies
AFMAAmerican Feed Manufacturers Association
AFMAArizona Food Marketing Alliance
AFMAAmerican Federation of Martial Arts
AFMAAlliance for Missions Advancement
AFMAAngel Flight Mid-Atlantic
AFMAASEAN Federation of Mining Association
AFMAAfrican Farm Management Association
AFMAAfloat Fleet Maintenance Activity (US Navy)
AFMAAlabama Farmers Market Authority
AFMAAir Force Musicians Association (Colorado Springs, CO)
AFMAApostolic Faith Mission Africa
AFMAAortic Forward Flow Mapping Area
AFMAAssociate Fellow of the Marketing Association of Australia and New Zealand (professional post-nominal)
AFMAAssociation for Forensic Multimedia Analysis
AFMAAmerican Fur Merchants Association (New York, NY)
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(5) "CPSC Chairman Awards Safety Commendation to American Furniture Manufacturers Association," news release from the U.S.
Wood & Wood Products asked J.R Gfesser, CEO of Trendier Components Inc., and incoming president of the Suppliers Division of the American Furniture Manufacturers Association, to discuss the benefits of membership.
SARASOTA, Fla.-The American Furniture Manufacturers Association migrated south for its annual fall meeting.
"Furniture is the most-important asset to a small area," maintains American Furniture Manufacturers Association vice president Jackie Hirschhaut.
Andy Counts, Executive Vice President of the American Furniture Manufacturers Association (AFMA) told CPSC in his prepared remarks that AFMA's goals include "minimizing the potential for conflicting state regulations that might complicate national sales programs or undermine economies of scale for our members and suppliers." [5]
Founded in 1987, the suppliers Division is one of nine divisions of the American Furniture Manufacturers Association. Made up of more than 350 corporate members, the Suppliers Division is the largest of AFMA's divisions and has its own officers, committee structure and board of directors.
HIGH POINT, N.C.-More than ever, home is where the consumer's heart is, according to a survey of consumer attitudes about furniture conducted by the American Furniture Manufacturers Association.
To help ensure that "Home, sweet home" is also "Home, safe home," the American Furniture Manufacturers Association offers the following ABCs for safe furnishings.:
CHARLOTTE, N.C.-The American Furniture Manufacturers Association is squiring a multiyear, $100 million industry marketing campaign, a congressional furnishings caucus on Capitol Hill and consumer research to identify message triggers that might induce more furniture purchasing.
A study by the American Furniture Manufacturers Association reveals that, while children spend a lot of time in their rooms, boys and girls are busy doing different things.
The American Furniture Manufacturers Association Board of Directors has approved the establishment of an Information Technology Division, designed to provide management education opportunities for information technology professionals as well as facilitate the exchange of business information among various sectors of the furniture industry.
Fred Crump, a past president of the American Furniture Manufacturers Association's Finance Division, will be the company's chief financial officer.
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