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Win Prizes with SGMP Fall Membership Campaigns!

This fall, SGMP has launched two membership initiatives with great incentives for individuals and chapters!
This fall, SGMP has launched two membership initiatives with great incentives for individuals and chapters!
 
Expand Your Circle This Year
SGMP's Superheroes Circle is back, and we hope to have even more Superheroes join the ranks! Refer a friend or colleague to join SGMP.
 
After they type your name into the membership referral field, you will be added to the Superhero ranks AND receive this year's commemorative Superheroes Circle pin to wear to SGMP meetings and events. We had 96 Superheroes Circle members last year. Help us exceed that record this year!
 
In addition, the top supplier and top planner with the most new member referrals will each receive a complimentary NEC 2019 registration, Superhero cape, and more. Learn more.
 
Drive Momentum with SGMP
Recruiting potential members also will help your chapter! Building on the success of last year's fall chapter recruiting campaign, we have a new theme for the 2018-2019 year: “Drive Momentum with SGMP.” Chapters that recruit new members and/or submit their best retention idea by December 30, 2018, will be in the running for one of four prizes.
 
Prizes are available for the top three chapters with the highest net percentage membership gain by December 30, 2018. They include a NEC registration for a planner ($405 value), $300 stipend for chapter programming, and $150 stipend for chapter programming. New this year, a “Best Membership Retention Initiative” Award will be offered to one chapter which will receive $500 for chapter programming.
 
Connect with Us
Help us drive momentum with SGMP and connect fellow government professionals to our Society. Follow us on FacebookLinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram, and #JoinSGMP #DriveMomentum #GovernmentMeetings. Thank you for your partnership and please be in touch with us at membership@sgmp.org or 703.549.0892 if we can be of service to you and your chapter.

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