February is a great time to share your love of the hobby!
Word of mouth is our number one source for recruiting new members - we appreciate your help! Each month we try to offer membership incentives to join and encourage you to share these offers with friends and family.
For February, we are offering a $5 savings coupon on new applications. With the coupon, new U.S. members will pay $31.75 for the remainder of 2023. Share this link or print a special application to share - be sure they list you as sponsor on the application. They receive a discount and you receive $5. AND when you recruit 5 new members in the same calendar year, you also receive FREE dues.
Recruiting new members is a win, win. You receive a gift and most importantly introduce a fellow collector to our entire network, strengthening our connections and the hobby overall.
For more tips and recruiting tools, visit our Membership Matters!
Thanks for your continued support of the hobby!
Wendy Masorti is the Director of Membership and Shows at the American Philatelic Society.
Learn more about how you can help strengthen our hobby! And, be sure to make plans to attend the Great American Stamp Show.
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