The Women’s Industry Network (WIN) announced the kickoff of its annual #ALLIN4WIN membership drive on Oct. 1.
The drive will run through Dec. 31 and will offer special membership pricing of $109 for the both the remainder of 2017 and all of 2018.
Additionally, anyone who joins or rejoins WIN during the drive will be entered into a grand-prize drawing for a chance to win paid registration for the 2018 WIN Education Conference, a $450 value.
WIN membership is open to all women and men in every segment of the collision repair industry.
“Our 2018 #ALLIN4WIN Membership Challenge is about spreading the word to the thousands of women in our industry,” said Michelle Sullivan, co-chair of WIN’s membership committee. “As WIN enters its 12th year, I am thrilled to see the membership growth and program expansion. I want to encourage women and men to increase their professional network and become a WIN member. WIN’s mission is to engage women in our industry through education, networking and sharing of resources.”
On Oct. 25, WIN will launch its #ALLIN4WIN 24-Hour Membership Challenge, following a 2 p.m. EST webinar entitled “Jump in the Tank” presented by body-language and persuasion expert Traci Brown, who received a product deal during her appearance on the TV show “Shark Tank.”
Building on her recent WIN Educational Conference presentation, Brown will share her experiences from “Shark Tank” so attendees can use the same tools to achieve results in their businesses. There will a time for questions and discussion at the end.
“I grew so much from working with my Shark,” Brown said. “Understanding Shark thinking helped me reach levels I never thought possible in business. Anyone can use the same thought process to build their business too.”
The webinar is open to all participants in the industry. To register, click here.
“Traci was one of our speakers at the 2017 WIN Education Conference and her session received rave reviews,” said Melissa Miller, co-chair of WIN’s Membership Committee. “We are thrilled that Traci has offered this follow up session as part of our membership drive.”