WIN Offering Limited-Time Membership Pricing

WIN Offering Limited-Time Membership Pricing

This limited-time membership special of $99 includes membership for the remainder of 2015 and the calendar year of 2016.

womens-industry-networkThe Women’s Industry Network (WIN) announced that special membership pricing is now available through July 31, 2015. This limited-time membership special of $99 includes membership for the remainder of 2015 and the calendar year of 2016, representing a significant savings compared to published membership fees for this time period.

“WIN’s strength is in our members and the sharing of ideas and resources between our members,” said Mary Kunz, chair of the Membership Committee. “Our goal is to attract more women every year to join forces with each other in support and affirmation.”

WIN will be displaying at the 2015 NACE | CARS Expo and Conference in Detroit this year and invites trade show attendees to visit booth no. 964 July 23-25 to learn more about the organization and become a member. During the event, WIN will be offering multiple opportunities for members and sponsors to come together for networking opportunities. These events will be published on the organization’s social media pages.

“We encourage all current members and sponsors to meet at these designated locations to connect with each other and to greet prospective members,” said Marie Peevy, chair of WIN’s Industry Outreach Committee. “As a WIN member, I have been able to network with some of the most successful women in the industry, and we hope anyone interested in learning more and joining WIN will join us at the booth.”

For additional information on becoming a member, visit

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