Spokane Regional MarCom Association (MarCom) is Spokane’s leading communication organization dedicated to advancing the integrated marketing communication profession through professional development, community impact, and a commitment to credibility.
MarCom offers members a variety of opportunities to expand their integrated marketing communication knowledge, strengthen relationships with other professionals, and share ideas.
Monthly breakfast meetings feature guest speakers who present relevant and timely communications topics.
Networking events are held throughout the year.
A monthly e-newsletter keeps members informed.
SPARK Awards recognize the work of integrated marketing communication professionals.
An annual workshop helps members learn new skills.
MarCom members are professionals who are passionate about their work and excited to be part of the Spokane community. Often operating in highly visible positions, as spokespeople for our companies, we recognize it is important to share our skill sets with other business sectors and students to ensure the future of our profession.
Each year, MarCom raises funds to provide two to three paid internships for junior or senior level college students studying public relations, communications, or marketing. Students are matched with host companies through a competitive application process and agree to work 30 hours a week for a 10 week period. The experience provides students with invaluable work experience with companies related to their specific career interests. The program offers members a pre-screened, financially supported intern.
Commitment to Credibility
MarCom serves as a community resource for integrated marketing communication professionals to enhance their credibility and their profession simultaneously. MarCom's professional development and recognition programs, combined with the involvement of its members in the community, heighten the awareness of the organization and the vital role integrated marketing communication professionals provide to area businesses and organizations.