NSU alumnus launches ‘Pi Kapp Premier’ benefits services nationwide

Members of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity around the world now have access to exclusive benefits and offers through a new online marketplace founded by a Northwestern State University alumnus.

David Morgan, Jr., an alumnus of the Beta Omicron Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi, has established Pi Kapp Premier, through his company, Premier Affinity Services. As CEO, Morgan brings nearly 20 years of experience to Premier Affinity Services, building on his family’s decades of success in the industry and trust among clients and vendors.

Headquartered in Austin, Texas, the national marketing company is exclusively focused on providing services to affinity organizations, such as fraternities, sororities, and college alumni organizations. Their services are designed to increase the value of membership, improve member engagement, and increase the number of new members joining the organization.

Included in their membership, members are provided access to an extensive list of benefits and services ranging from unique discounts on everyday purchases to insurance policies. Pi Kapp members and alumni receive discounted rates at movie theaters, concerts, hotels, restaurants, pharmacies, car rentals, florists, and insurance products.

Organizations can utilize Premier Affinity Services’ operational services on an as-needed or ongoing basis.

Premier Affinity Services also provides a similar discount package, branded ‘NSU Premier,’ to all members of the Northwestern State University Alumni Association.

Morgan was a re-chartering member and past archon of the Beta Omicron Chapter and has been involved in the Beta Omicron Alumni Chapter in leadership roles.

Learn more about Pi Kapp Premier at https://auth.savings.beneplace.com/pikapppremier or Premier Affinity Services at https://premieraffinityservices.com.

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