LAMA seeks Library Consultant Directory entries

Fred Reuland
LAMA, Marketing Specialist
(312) 280-5032
For Immediate Release
June 6, 2005

LAMA seeks
Library Consultant Directory entries

CHICAGO - The Library Administration and Management Association (LAMA) is seeking entries for the 2006 edition of its
Library Consultants
Directory, a special insert to be published in the Fall 2006 issue of LAMA's
Library Administration & Management (LA&M) magazine, which will appear in September.
Listing information and payment must be received by July 15, 2006 for inclusion in the 2006

Directory - an annual feature in
LA&M - offers users convenient access to contact information and areas of specialization for consultants whose work focuses on the special needs of libraries.
Consultants with expertise in such areas as strategic planning, buildings, staff development, customer service, public relations, fundraising, diversity training and board development benefit from listing themselves in the

LA&M's circulation of 5,600 readers - a majority of whom are upper-level decision makers within their institutions -
the Library Consultants
Directory is an excellent way for consultants to connect with library administrators.
Directory offers two listing options: a basic listing ($30), which includes contact information and areas of expertise; and an expanded listing ($80), which includes a reproduction of the consultant's business card.

Please note that inclusion in the
Library Consultants Directory does not constitute endorsement or certification by LAMA or the American Library Association (ALA).

Interested consultants should send their name, company name, address, telephone number, fax number, e-mail address, Web address, and a list of areas of expertise along with payment (payable to the American Library Association) to
Library Consultants Directory, LAMA/ALA, 50 E Huron St., Chicago, IL 60611. Listing information also can be faxed (312-280-5033) or e-mailed (
For more information contact Fred Reuland at 1-800-545-2433 x5032 or

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