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You may update your information on the web as well. Use your Member ID number as your login and your last name as your password in order to make changes. Click here to update.
The ASCCA Advantage page has been updated. Take a look at the savings you can get as part of your ASCCA membership!
ASCCA 74 Year Logo Now Available
ASCCA’s 74 year logo is now available for 2014 marketing and promotional activities.
Click here for blue/red logo.
ASCCA One Member Can Campaign
The One Member Can campaign is designed as a tool to help the association reach the goal of doubling membership, and to remind each member that EVERY member truly CAN make a difference in the growth of ASCCA.
The attached flyers were designed by the ASCCA Membership Committee as marketing material to be used to introduce and provide information to Chapter Leadership about the One Member Can program.
The One Member Can informative, 2-page flyer is designed to be printed double-sided on 8 ½” x 11″ sheets of paper, while the one page poster is designed to be a tabletop piece, printed on glossy 8″ x 10″ stock paper – to be place next to the 2-page flyers. There is also a 16″ x 20″ poster available. To receive a poster of that size, please contact us directly and the template will be forwarded separately.
The material also contains instructions on how to report new member sign-ups, and how members can win a new iPad.
ASCCA has created a consumer brochure for members to use in their shops! It’s a handy new tool which describes the value of choosing ASCCA member shops over others.
If you have comments, compliments, or concerns we want to hear from you.
Following is a list of key contacts within ASCCA:
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