Friends of WIN Donations and 2012 Membership Now Being Accepted Online - BodyShop Business

Friends of WIN Donations and 2012 Membership Now Being Accepted Online

The Women's Industry Network (WIN) has created a "Friends of WIN" donation category, enabling individuals and organizations to support WIN even if they cannot make the level of contribution required to be a corporate or event sponsor.

The Women’s Industry Network (WIN) has created a "Friends of WIN" donation category, enabling individuals and organizations to support WIN even if they cannot make the level of contribution required to be a corporate or event sponsor.

Victoria Jankowski, claims consultant for State Farm Insurance and WIN chair, said, "We recognized there were individual people and businesses that wanted to support WIN and our mission to engage women in collision repair. We created an avenue for them to do so outside of corporate and event sponsorships. Any person or business can now support WIN through our Friends of WIN donation category, and they will be recognized on our website as a supporter of WIN. We are thankful for each and every one of our supporters."

Donations may be made on the WIN website (www.womensindustrynetwork.com) under "Donations."

In addition, WIN is now accepting online registration and payment for 2012 membership through its website. Under the "Become a Member" section, current and new members can now complete the brief registration form and pay their dues utilizing a credit card through a secure payment site.

Membership is open to all women and men from all segments of the collision repair industry. The fee for 2012 membership is $75 for professionals and $25 for students. Any memberships received prior to Dec. 31 will include 2012.


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