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    Sgaguy
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    Just a question to help maybe save time and money. Can SF offer five, ten and Life memberships?

     

    Offering a 5 year membership for $45. would save a member $5 dollars but save SF in shipping and paperwork allot more. each envelope mailing postage is just over $1.00 and content would exceed the difference.

     

    Offering a 10 Year for $75 or 85. would also save SF in admin time, postage other costs.

     

    Now I am a member of the DAV(Disabled American veterans) and VFW. They offer Life memberships based upon the age of the member. Even a payment plan since the cost us usually over $250. even for me being over 60.

     

    I would suggest doing a cost benefit analysis taking all costs against benefits and looking to see if it is conducive to SF to consider some potions to save efficiency, costs and membership benefit.

     

     

     

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    Aulton H. White II
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    "Never tell the First Sergeant you have nothing to do."

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    Sgaguy
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    Just a question to help maybe save time and money. Can SF offer five, ten and Life memberships?

     

    Offering a 5 year membership for $45. would save a member $5 dollars but save SF in shipping and paperwork allot more. each envelope mailing postage is just over $1.00 and content would exceed the difference.

     

    Offering a 10 Year for $75 or 85. would also save SF in admin time, postage other costs.

     

    Now I am a member of the DAV(Disabled American veterans) and VFW. They offer Life memberships based upon the age of the member. Even a payment plan since the cost us usually over $250. even for me being over 60.

     

    I would suggest doing a cost benefit analysis taking all costs against benefits and looking to see if it is conducive to SF to consider some potions to save efficiency, costs and membership benefit.

     

     

     

    • This topic was modified 1 month ago by  Sgaguy. Reason: layout

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    Aulton H. White II
    MSG. USA Retired

    "Never tell the First Sergeant you have nothing to do."

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