Canadian Public Employee Acquisition Club (CPEAC)

The Canadian Public Employee Acquisition Club (CPEAC) is a non-partisan benefit program designed exclusively for Canadian public employees including members of the New Brunswick Union. This national program is exclusively for members and potential members at all levels of government including education, healthcare and public-security sectors. There is no fee and no obligation, the only membership criteria is employment by a non-private corporation.
The organization was initially created to group small pockets of Canadian public employees in rural areas so they would have access to benefits normally reserved for larger and more concentrated groups. The club has and continues to establish relationships with individual Canadian labour organizations for the purpose of leveraging Canadian public employees purchasing power.
Unification gives the opportunity to individual labour organizations to capitalize on each other's membership size for the benefit of their individual members. CPEAC gives labour organizations the opportunity to bring a benefit program to their membership without cost, implication or interference with any existing program they may have in place.
The philosophy and program of CPEAC is based on three important principals: Crowd Clout - which leverages ones purchasing power, the Intent Economy - advising suppliers who is on the market and for what, and finally it must always be a Win/Win situation for all involved.
The mechanics are simple; a monthly e-blast provides a Key Link that opens the door to specials being offered within the CPEAC website ( Every edition carries a different Key Link insuring exclusivity and integrity of the program. This exclusivity is a benefit for both suppliers and members. Suppliers have the latitude to tailor their offers without fear of affecting their existing marketing campaigns and members receive special offers that would not normally be available to them.
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