2015 NWTA Membership Drive and Contest!

Fall Membership Drive Enters Final Weeks—Don’t Miss Out on Rewards!

Are you a member of Northwest Trail Alliance?  Been sitting on the sidelines wondering if you should join?  If so, then the answer is a resounding YES!  Right now is the perfect time to join/renew your membership.  Not only can you join one of the best IMBA chapters in the nation, but by renewing now, you’ll save $5 when the prices go up in January 2016.  On top of that, you’ll automatically be entered to win cool prizes, including a chance to a vacation at Mulberry Gap, GA!
IMBA’s Fall Membership Drive is entering its final weeks, concluding on Sunday 11/15. The goal is to increase the capacity of IMBA’s local chapters by helping them grow their ranks of members to support new trails and better mountain biking nationwide.

Please join or renew your Northwest Trail Alliance membership today!

In the United States, the effort has already boosted national membership levels (in both the new and renewing categories) by 150 percent over the same period last year.  Many IMBA chapters are exceeding that success:

Incentives to join or renew your local chapter include a prize pack valued at ~$275—with one winner selected in each of the nine IMBA regions—graciously donated by IMBA corporate partners and supporters.

Items include: Camelbak Lobo or Magic Pack, light system from Planet Bike, tires from Michelin, Headsweats hat, DeFeet socks, Kitsbow apparel, and Honey Stinger treats

Plus, one grand prize winner will receive a vacation stay at Mulberry Gap (transportation not included) with free bike rentals from Cartecay Bike Shop. No purchase is necessary to win, as any sweepstakes must not require a transaction.

Incentives for Chapters

IMBA chapters are also involved in a friendly regional competition for prize incentives, with chapters that gains the most memberships (based on both percentage and total number of memberships) earning recognition and rewards.

See the contest home page for further details.

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