Accreditations & Certification

Arrangers believe in an elevated level of company and individual professionalism. We are formally recognized at the highest standard of accreditation and individual certifications that demonstrate our advanced industry knowledge and crucial experience. This commitment means we are delivering you results through knowledge and experience.


Charter Accredited Destination Management Company (ADMC)

ADME’s Destination Management Company Accreditation® program is designed to elevate professional standards and designate firms that demonstrate advanced knowledge and experience essential to the practice of destination management. The Accredited Destination Management Company® (ADMC) designation assists the meeting planning community by identifying and qualifying standards and criteria that are indicative of the highest quality destination management service providers. This program recognizes DMCs that meet and adhere to these ADMC® standards.

The Arrangers’ was the first DMC in Colorado to be accredited in 2007 and earned Charter Accreditation status.

Women in Business Enterprise (WBENC)

Arrangers Destination Management Company received certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) by the Women’s Business Enterprise Council-West, in partnership with WBENC in 2007.

The WBENC is the nation’s leading advocate of equal opportunities for women’s business enterprises. The WBENC is the only national organization that brings WBEs and corporations together to work toward the mutual goal of improving marketing opportunities for resourceful women-owned businesses as vendors and suppliers to the nation’s corporate and non-profit sectors.

Woman-owned since its inception in 1969, the company has only changed hands once in 2000 when founder, Linda Rankin, sold Arrangers to long-time employee, Nicole Marsh.


Travel and tourism accreditation and code services simplify the business relationship between agents and airlines as well as other tourism service providers. The program allows The Arrangers to interact with IATA and its member airlines in the development of industry solutions.


Certified Meeting Professional (CMP)

The foremost certification of the meetings, conventions and exhibitions industry, the CMP program recognizes individuals who have achieved the industry’s highest standard of professionalism. Established in 1985, the CMP credential increases the proficiency of meeting professionals by:
  • Identifying a body of knowledge;
  • Establishing a level of knowledge and performance necessary for certification;
  • Stimulating the advancement of the art and science of meeting management;
  • Increasing the value of practitioners to their employers;
  • Recognizing and raising industry standards, practices and ethics;
  • Maximizing the value received from the products and services provided by Certified Meeting Professionals.

Team Members with this Certification:

  • Nicole Marsh
  • Corinne Roth

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Certified Special Event Professional (CSEP)

Established in 1993, the Certified Special Events Professional (CSEP) designation recognizes event professionals who have successfully demonstrated the knowledge, skills and ability essential to perform all components of a special event. This program was developed to:
  • Increase the proficiency of event professionals
  • Elevate industry standards and practices
  • Establish the level of knowledge and performance necessary for certification
  • Promote the advancement of the special events industry
  • Advance the careers of practitioners
  • Acknowledge the high caliber work of CSEPs and the value of the products and services they provide

Team Members with this Certification:

  • Karl Heitz

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Destination Management Certified Professional (DMCP)

Destination Management Certified Professional (DMCP®), is designed to create impetus for organizational self-improvement and to stimulate a general raising of standards.
The purpose of the DMCP® program is to increase the professionalism within the destination management industry by establishing a level of knowledge and performance necessary for certification; identifying the body of knowledge required; stimulating the art and science of destination management, increasing the value of practitioners to their employers; recognizing and raising industry standards and practices and thereby, ethics; and maximizing the value of the products and services that certified destination management professionals can provide.

Team Members with this Certification:

  • Nicole Marsh
  • Karl Heitz
  • Corinne Roth

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