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The PPC is an easy way to take a stand to defend the aviation maintenance industry from reporting that seeks to disparage the industry based on false claims against its safety record. The enthusiastic support and involvement of the industry is critical to the campaign’s success.If you are interested in supporting the campaign, or have any questions, please contact Jason Langford, ARSA’s communications manager, or Christian Klein, ARSA’s executive vice president.• Click here for a generic letter you can send to your industry partners encouraging their support for the campaign.• Click here to download, “PPC at a Glance” ARSA’s one pager about the campaign• For the ARSA’s original PPC proposal and outline click here.

• For information about the impetus behind the PPC, please see: Why You Should Support the PPC

• For details about the PPC’s activities, visit Positive Publicity on a Shoestring: ARSA’s Advocacy for Contract Maintenance

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