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WIN Kicks Off 2015 Membership Drive

The Women’s Industry Network (WIN) has announced the kick-off of its 2015 #ALLIN4WIN Membership Drive. Anyone who joins WIN before Dec. 31 will be entered into a grand prize drawing for a free 2015 WIN Education Conference registration fee (a $450 value).

In addition, the organization is offering three separate mini-drawings for new members, renewing members and referring members. Anyone who joins or renews their membership before Dec. 31 will be eligible to win a $100 VISA gift card in at least one of the aforementioned categories.

WIN membership is open to all women (and men) in every segment of the collision repair industry. Membership is $75 per calendar year, and students can join for $25 per calendar year. Anyone who joins during the membership drive will receive membership for the remainder of 2014 included with their 2015 membership – that’s 15 months of membership for the price of 12.

“The WIN mission is to engage women in the collision repair industry through education, networking and sharing of resources,” said Mary Kunz, chair of WIN’s membership committee. “In order to fulfill our mission, we are committed to growing our network throughout the industry. Our 2015 #ALLIN4WIN Membership Drive is designed to spread the word to the thousands of women in our industry, and we hope each one will consider joining the WIN network and adding their perspective and talents to our group.”

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