National Association of Publishers’ Representatives, Inc.
Our organization was established in 1950 to promote the interchange of ideas and to improve the quality of service to publishers.
NAPR’s objectives are to create a better understanding between publishers and representatives, to raise the level of the profession, and to improve selling efficiency.
NAPR members, who are all independent business men and women, utilize a standard contract form, adhere to a code of ethics, follow a definite policy on split commissions, house accounts, minimum drawing accounts, and similar matters. In addition to selling space, they often provide marketing and related guidance to publishers.
A Message from NAPR's President...
One of the most stirring benefits of NAPR membership comes from standing shoulder to shoulder with fellow members in upholding the Code Of Ethics and Standards. No one is perfect. We all make mistakes, occasionally. NAPR members distinguish themselves by attempting, each day, to live and work by the Code. Let me extend an open invitation: Join our organization. Associate with men and women who have your same professional and personal interests at heart. Become a member of the National Association of Publishers' Representatives.