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Fighting Belongs in the Ring

I am a charter member of NAPMA; it is because of some of the ideas presented by Tom Callos that I was able to grow my school. I must take exception to some of the points made in Mr. Callos’ column in the April 2008 issue of Martial Arts Professional. 1. Is NAPMA another mouthpiece ...

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Thanks for your consideration.

Dear Stephen Oliver: Thanks for your consideration. We are just starting our school and, at this point, simply need to spread the message about our product; therefore, we invested in your Extraordinary Marketing program. It certainly has fulfilled, if not exceeded, my expectations; however, we are still in the “research” phase of our school. We ...

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Greetings From Scotland!

Hi Rob, Greetings From Scotland! I joined NAPMA in April 2006, when my organisation’s billing company: NEST Management, became the NAPMA UK representative. As you no doubt know, unlike the U.S., the vast majority of martial arts schools in the UK are in sports and community centres. Again, unlike the U.S., there are few professional ...

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What are you thinking?

Dear Rob, I was considering going to your convention with my friend, Jeff Troshane, one of Joe Lewis’ 4th-Degree Black Belts. We have come to all of you previous conventions in Clearwater and had a great time. We thought it would be a great time to go back to where it all began. This is where I met many ...

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I am very grateful for your help.

Master Oliver, I am very grateful for your help. I have been a member of NAPMA, since it’s inception. I also joined NAPMA Squared (now, Maximum Impact), when you unrolled it at the World Conference in Florida in 2003. I attended your seminar during that weekend, and it became very clear to me that you ...

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