SEATTLE, WA – National Purchasing Partners (NPP) is happy to announce a new affiliate partnership with Connecticut Business & Industry Association (CBIA).
CBIA is Connecticut’s largest business organization with thousands of member companies, both small and large, representing a diverse range of industries from every part of the state.
NPP members enjoy exclusive deals on a catalog of useful items for both work and play. Membership is free and there is no obligation to buy. The NPP catalog of products includes discounts on brands such as Verizon, Airgas, Sherwin-Williams and more.
“CBIA is fighting to make Connecticut a top state for business, jobs and economic growth—NPP is proud to be a part of that. Together, we can provide valuable savings to their members on brands they already use and trust.”
-Bruce Busch, NPP Sr. Vice President
About National Purchasing Partners (NPP)
National Purchasing Partners (NPP) is a B2B savings provider, owned by non-profit hospitals. A substantial portion of NPP proceeds help support medical research at Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason (BRI) in Seattle, WA. BRI is one of the few research institutes in the world dedicated to finding causes and cures for autoimmune and immune system diseases, along with ways to rebalance the immune system back to health. NPP has contributed more than $130 million to support organizations dedicated to medical research and care.
Contact [email protected] to learn how your association or franchise can enhance member benefits with the convenience of NPP. Membership is free with no obligation to buy.
In 1815, with Connecticut’s infant economy threatened by export embargoes and British import dumping, a group of business leaders met in Middletown. They set in motion 200 years of businesses working together, protecting and promoting the state’s rich legacy of ingenuity and innovation, pushing for government accountability and fighting for fairness—whether on trade policy or taxes, regulations or healthcare costs. That leadership role is testament to the commitment and energy of CBIA members and their willingness to champion change at the state Capitol, shape debate about Connecticut’s economic competitiveness and fight for a better future for all.