RGA Public Relations, a full service communications firm specializing in public relations, marketing, and emerging media to tell client stories, announced today that Lysa Grant, producer, has been elected to the board of directors for Small Alpaca Farms of America (SAFA).

A resident of Jim Thorpe, Grant will serve as secretary of the organization. She is the owner of Pocopaca in the Poconos, a small alpaca farm in the Pocono Mountains.

"We're very proud of Lysa for being elected to a position of leadership in an organization she cares deeply about," said Rick Grant, president of RGA. "The work this organization does creates synergies that benefit all of its members. We are happy to support this kind of service-minded effort by loaning the organization our top executives."

Small Alpaca Farms of America (SAFA) is a cooperative effort of small alpaca farmers across the U.S. to maximize marketing, herdsires, sales and service sharing. The organization is dedicated to the development and success of small alpaca farmers.

For more information, visit http://www.small-alpaca-farms.org [1].