MARKETING AT RETAIL CERTIFICATION PROGRAM (MaRC)
POPAI's MaRC program is a certification and continuing education program aimed at keeping individuals current on technology, methods, and research in the in-store marketing industry.
This program not only raises the standards of the in-store marketing industry, but combines opportunities for members and non-members to learn and collaborate while earning credits for the MaRC certification exam.
What Does Being MaRC Certified Signify?
How Do You Receive MaRC Credentials?
To become MaRC certified, first complete the attached registration form and send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Earn 27 credits, nine in each of the three categories: Strategic, Tactical, and Take Action. Attending one Master’s Event will earn you 18 credits. Credits are earned by attending and participating in qualifying POPAI industry events including webinars and online classes. However, you can only earn nine out of the required 27 credits online. The remaining 18 credits must be earned through attending and/or participating in POPAI’s industry events.
Once you have earned 27 credits, complete the application to take the MaRC Exam online. Once you pass the exam, you will be MaRC certified for three years. The successful candidate can then add the MaRC designation to his/her business cards and their name will be featured on the POPAI website and displayed at GlobalShop. Continue to take nine credits every three years to maintain your certification. The continuing education credits ensure that you are always at the forefront of the industry and armed with the latest knowledge.
After earning all 27 Credits, you're eligible to take the Marketing at Retail Certification exam online. It can be taken any time during the year and consists of 100 multiple choice questions. Once the enrollee passes, he/she can identify themselves as MaRC’s on business cards and letterhead.
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MaRC Certified Professionals
|Ms. Nicki Albrecht||Mr. Richard S. Heyderman||Ms. Connie Pollex|
|Ms. Julia Allenby||Mr. Kenneth W. Howard||Mr. Joe Puntillo|
|Mr. Steve Bartolucci||Ms. Michelle Glaser Jackson||Mr. Tim Richardson|
|Ms. Barbara Borghi||Mr. Tac Johnston||Mr. John A. Sakaley III|
|Ms. Joann Brandis||Mr. Harry Knabb||Mr. David W. Schultz|
|Mr. Chuck Burns
||Mr. Michael R. Lauber
||Mr. William L. Smith, Jr.
|Mr. Christopher P. Bull||Mr. Peter Kornhaber||Mr. Frederick Sklenar|
|Mr. Jerry Carter||Mr. Patrick J. Manna||Mr. John E. Sprague|
|Ms. Jennifer Cintron||Ms. Andrea L. Martin||Mr. Michael Sucher|
|Mr. Thinh Tran||Mr. Kristopher Matheson||Mr. Peter J. Corren|
|Ms. June Dutka||Mr. Brian McCormick||Mr. Johnny Vena|
|Ms. Carolyn Walker||Ms. Lisa Mittchell||Ms. Kelly Fischer|
|Mr. David L. Foster||Mr. Gerald Molitor||Mr. Glenn Walker|
|Mr. Chuck Godfrey||Mr. Greg Moore||Mr. Bruce A. Watson|
|Ms. Kathy Hammond||Mr. Richard Nathan||Mr. Greg Wege|
|Mr. Larry C. Haugen||Mr. F. Pat Pack||Mr. Edward C. White|
|Mr. H. Aaron Henschel||Mr. Thomas Petroni||Mr. Richard Winter|