In this sentence below do I use "have" honored or "has" honored?

Since 1985, the Northeast Spa and Pool Association have honored the memory of Harold J. "Duke" Ellington's love and devotion to the swimming pool industry
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By the way, shouldn't that be, "It is the equivalent of someone's believing in phrenology"?

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I would opt for "has" since it is one Association. Even though it is referring to a group of people, I would consider it a collective noun and use "has". Had it been "the members of the Northeast Spa and Pool Association", I would naturally opt for "have". Hope this helpsEmotion: smile .
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