Timothy Schug, Executive Director
PHI KAPPA SIGMA INTERNATIONAL FRATERNITY, INC.
ANNOUNCES RELOCATION OF HEADQUARTERS TO CARMEL, INDIANA
CARMEL, IN – JULY 5, 2017 – Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity is excited to announce the relocation of its headquarters from Chester Springs, Pennsylvania to Carmel, Indiana, effective August 2017. The Phi Kappa Sigma Board of Directors selected Carmel after a comprehensive two-year review of multiple markets nationwide.
“Our decision to relocate Phi Kappa Sigma to Carmel, Indiana, moves our historic international organization closer to peer fraternal organizations and trade associations within the greater Indianapolis metropolitan area. We look forward to forging new connections in our new home, as well as our future endeavors with local and state businesses,” said Executive Director Tim Schug.
Phi Kappa Sigma’s vision is the lifelong growth and development of the fraternity and its 40,000 members. Relocation to Carmel will provide the Fraternity with space and opportunity to make progress on its goals and objectives as an organization.
“This relocation provides a number of benefits to Phi Kappa Sigma,” said Michael Palladino, president of the Board of Directors. “In addition to being the heart of the fraternal world, Carmel is a centralized, metropolitan location with a very high quality of life at an affordable cost of living, allowing us to attract, develop, and retain the most talented staff possible to serve our chapters and alumni. Our new facility will allow us to serve our members with a more functional space that can better accommodate meetings, training programs, and increased staff interaction to drive the support and innovation that is critical to our organization’s future.”
Please note that all future communications as of August 15, 2017 should be directed to:
Phi Kappa Sigma International Fraternity, Inc.
716 Adams Street, Suite A
Carmel, IN 46032
Tel: (610) 469-3282
ABOUT PHI KAPPA SIGMA FRATERNITY
Phi Kappa Sigma International Fraternity, Inc. was founded August 16, 1850, at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. The Fraternity currently has 45 chapters and colonies. The purpose of Phi Kappa Sigma is “the promotion of good fellowship and the cultivation of the social virtues among our members; the protection of just rights and the advancement of the best interests, present and future, individual and collective, of all those who shall be associated together as members of this Fraternity; the encouragement of good scholarship and the breadth of training for our members; and cooperation in the educational and cultural programs of institutions of higher education in which our chapters are located.” Learn more about us at www.pks.org.