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We at APSS work with SPIRIT every day to help our members succeed:
Service – Anticipate and respond to the needs of our members and supporters
People first – Deliver the best service to all members and make them the priority in everything we do
Integrity – Communicate openly and honestly, build trust and conduct ourselves according to the highest ethical standards
Respect – Treat every individual – those we serve and those with whom we work – with the highest level of professionalism
Innovation - -Embrace change and help members reach their goals with creative yet responsible marketing and sales techniques
Teamwork – Build on the collective strength of our members with an open mind and open communication for mutual success
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