As we begin 2022 with the “Membership Matters” campaign, I wanted to remind everyone how easy it is to share your love of the hobby - which can help us expand our community. Imagine our growth if each member sponsored just one new member! To get you started, below are a few tips. Also be sure to visit the Membership Matters page for FREE recruiting materials that can be mailed to you. #Membershipmatters #TogetherWeGrow
The best way to recruit new members is to share your collecting story and emphasize what APS membership means to you – make it personal! Every story shared is a chance to welcome a new collector to our community.
Recruiting new collectors can be as simple as:
For more tips and recruiting tools, visit our Membership Matters!
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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