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LEXINGTON, Ky. (April 21, 2016) — AMR Management Services took home an eighth place finish in the small company (15-149 employee) division at the 12th Annual Best Places to Work in Kentucky awards dinner on Wednesday, April 20. The program, sponsored by the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and the Kentucky Society for Human Resource Management (KYSHRM), seeks to honor Kentucky businesses who work to create top level workplace environments.

“AMR finished in tenth place out of a field of 26 companies in 2015, the first year for us in the Best Places to Work in Kentucky program,” stated Nick Ruffin, CAE, AMR President and Chief Operating Officer. “An eighth place finish this year in a larger field of 36 is a testament to the work AMR has done to continually improve the daily lives of our employees. We’ve always made it a goal to offer our employees an outstanding place to work and it was an honor, once again, to share this achievement with our AMR family.”

About AMR Management Services AMR Management Services provides professional services to a variety of local, regional, national and international nonprofit trade associations, professional societies and foundations. Through our passion, people and principles, AMR turns vision into action to enable client success.

AMR’s core services include association management, conference and event management, marketing and creative services and technology management. More than 20 regional, national and international organizations rely on AMR for association management expertise. AMR is one of only 19 AMCs to receive the charter accredited designation by the AMC Institute and is active in the American Society of Association Executives.

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