Plus One Membership Recruitment Drive

+1 Membership Program was such a hit, it’s back for 2020. Recruit a new member company and get TWO FREE registrations to the 2020 Conference and Trade Show in Scottsdale, AZ. One for you and one for your recruit. It’s a WIN-WIN-WIN for everyone.

PROMOTION ENDS JANUARAY 31, 2020

IT IS A WIN-WIN-WIN

WIN FOR YOU:
Sign up a new member* Save $850 on the Investment Recovery Association Conference registration and attend.

WIN FOR YOUR FRIEND
Members* you recruit can also attend the conference free AND receive the Investment Recovery Handbook. ($900 total value—one per company).

WIN FOR THE Association
More members = expanded scope of expertise and networking. Growing membership will attract other new members

Why wait? To sign up a new member, just call Jane Male at 816.561.5323, or copy and paste this text in your email:

Hi <first name>,

As you may know, I belong to the Investment Recovery Association – the only group that focuses on the management of surplus assets. They are currently offering complimentary registration to the 2020 Investment Recovery Seminar and Trade Show for new members. I thought you might be interested in joining yourself.

I’ve been a member for <X> years and found that they have been a valuable resource on many levels. Below are a few of the many benefits to keep in mind. Let me know if you’re interested. I’ll be happy to send you the registration form. Or visit their website at www.invrecovery.org.

Best Regards,
<your name>

Benefits of the Investment Recovery Association: Access to exclusive IRA resources such as industry reports, articles, benchmarking studies, trends and best practices, a complimentary copy of the Investment Recovery Handbook ($39 value) and a subscription to ASSET 2.0, the Investment Recovery Business Journal. Opportunity for professional certification (CMIR) Peer, thought leader and vendor networking.

 

* A “member” eligible for this promotion is defined as a business or governmental entity where the disposition of surplus assets is ancillary to their principal business activity, such as Ford or Campbell’s Soup.