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AAST Announces 2021 Prestige Partners

Posted by AAST Editor on Mar 24, 2021 1:55:19 PM

For Immediate Release

March 24, 2021

Hannah Durnas, AAST Marketing Manager
hdurnas@aastweb.org

Chicago – AAST is pleased to recognize our 2021 Prestige Partners, a group of top notch organizations who are leaders within their industry segments, for their commitment to the association and the sleep profession.

The AAST Prestige Partner program is a sponsorship program for leading organizations who are advancing the sleep technology profession. Through the support of the 2021 partners, AAST is able to provide members with education and networking that ensures they are able to continually grow and educate themselves within their profession. 

“AAST’s robust library of educational resources and products would not be possible without the participation and generous contributions of our partners,” said Heather Rich, AAST Executive Director “We are grateful for their support and look forward to partnering with them to provide unmatched resources and networking opportunities to our members in 2021.” 

The 2021 AAST Prestige Partners Include: 

Diamond Partners

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Sapphire Partner

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Ruby Partners

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 For more information about becoming an AAST partner, contact Sarah Appleton at sappleton@aastweb.org.

About AAST

Established in 1978, AAST is a community of more than 2,500 sleep professionals whose skills, expertise, knowledge and experience help support and improve the quality of sleep and wakefulness in all people. For sleep technologists, managers and educators who seek timely and applicable sleep-related knowledge, AAST provides education, resources and collaboration with like-minded individuals to keep them abreast of the evolving sleep field. AAST members include sleep technologists, sleep center managers, educators and other healthcare professionals involved with sleep. 

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