NSSF Experiencing High Volume of Renewals & New Memberships

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National Shooting Sports Foundation
National Shooting Sports Foundation

NEWTOWN, Conn –-(Ammoland.com)- NSSF has never enjoyed as much industry support in terms of membership as it does right now.

Having recently broken the 10,000-member marker, renewals and new sign-ups continue to roll in.

However, this great demand for membership renewal packets has created a lag in getting them out.

“We appreciate this incredible support,” said Bettyjane Swann, NSSF Director, Member Services, “and we similarly thank our members for their patience in awaiting their membership renewal packets. If a member has not received the packet and has any questions regarding this, they can certainly contact me.”

You can reach Bettyjane Swann at [email protected] To alleviate this same-time-of-the-year renewal surge, Member Services has arranged for your future billing date to be your membership anniversary.

“This is something our members have asked for, and we are happy that this is now in place,” said Samantha Hughes, NSSF Member Services Coordinator.

“Membership cards will now reflect the actual one-year expiration date, as opposed to a universal 12/31. So, it is important that members have their card with them at SHOT, so it will truly reflect their good standing.”

Who are the many new members who came on board in February? Click here to find out.

About NSSFThe National Shooting Sports Foundation is the trade association for the firearms industry. Its mission is to promote, protect and preserve hunting and the shooting sports. Formed in 1961, NSSF has a membership of more than 6,000 manufacturers, distributors, firearms retailers, shooting ranges, sportsmen’s organizations and publishers. For more information, log on to www.nssf.org.

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