You are a professional. You
are a member of AAPG.
As such, you are at the top of
the membership value pyramid and receive the advantages of being
part of a professional community -- from the monthly BULLETIN and
EXPLORER to discounts on top-quality scientific books, continuing
education, meetings and a number of other benefits, from insurance
to car rental discounts.
But is your colleague in the
next office a member?
How about the person you are
dining with at the next local geological society meeting?
One way to find out is if they
are always asking to borrow your EXPLORER.
Another way is to just ask them.
The leaders in the AAPG Membership
Drive contest have found the best way to recruit new members --
they just ask. Then provide an application, available
online or by calling AAPG headquarters.
It's as easy as that.
AAPG's membership drive runs
through the end of April. Just a few of those questions and actions
can win you a trip to the 2003 AAPG international meeting in Barcelona.
All recruiters will get AAPG
"stuff," including a desk flag and lapel pins for those who recruit
three or more. Top recruiters in each Section and Region will be
awarded $250 AAPG dollars.
It will be the top recruiter
who will receive a travel voucher, four nights lodging and registration
fees for the Barcelona meeting.
There is much value to be gained
by being a member of AAPG.
So, just ask a colleague to join.
You'll be doing both of you a