The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) is pleased to announce that ChiroTouch, a leading developer of chiropractic practice management software, is now recognized as a Level 4 Sponsor: contributing an annual amount of $50,000, with the second traunch of $25,000 presented at the 2012 FCA National Convention & Expo.This generous donation will help to drive production of F4CP campaign materials, including press releases, print advertorials, radio and television public service announcements, advertisements and sponsored research.
"All of us at ChiroTouch understand how critical it is to invest in the community in which we serve," shared Robert Moberg, president, ChiroTouch. "We are honored to be able to continue our support of the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress and its mission to promote and advance the chiropractic profession. We are reaching out to the thousands of chiropractors in our family of practices to encourage them to do the same."
Apart from ChiroTouch's annual contribution, the company has decided to donate $250 to the F4CP for each software purchase made in Q4. Donations will be made on behalf of both the purchasing doctor and ChiroTouch. In response to this generosity, the F4CP will feature Mr. Moberg in its "I'M IN" ad series, which features leaders within the profession sharing their support of the F4CP and runs in alternate issues of Dynamic Chiropractic and Chiropractic Economics. Readers can expect to see Mr. Moberg's ad in early 2013.
Kent S. Greenawalt, chairman, F4CP and CEO, Foot Levelers, is delighted to see ChiroTouch step up in support of the F4CP campaign and chiropractic profession. He shared: "Our profession will forever be indebted to the committed sponsors, such as ChiroTouch, of the F4CP campaign. It is through these supporters that the F4CP is able to advance its efforts to positively influence public opinion about the value of chiropractic care. The F4CP is deeply appreciative and eager to continue working in partnership with its loyal supporters toward future accomplishments."
Source: Foundation for Chiropractic Progress