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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan. 18, 2000
    Location
    Western New York
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    312

    Smile If you're new to endurance ...

    Now is the time to JOIN AERC!

    There's a new member discount for people who have never been a member or whose membership has lapsed for five years.

    Go to www.aerc.org and click on "membership."

    Membership is only $45 includes the monthly Endurance News and support of trails preservation/building as well as mean that you will NOT need to pay the $15 non-member fee at AERC rides.

    Come ride with us!

    --Patti Stedman
    Northeast Region
    procompsvc@earthlink.net



  2. #2
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    Jun. 10, 2013
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    Thanks for this information, Patti! I need to join!

    How much are the entry fees for the LD's usually? Ball park range?



  3. #3
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    Jan. 18, 2000
    Location
    Western New York
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    I'd say anywhere from, say $65 to $100, depending on the costs associated with putting on the rides (vets, potties, meals, awards, campsite, permits, etc.).

    But I'm in the NE region so I could be off a bit on that.

    And hey, when you join, be sure to look up the mentors in your region/area. If you click on the tab for "Education" you'll see "Regional Mentors" listed there -- if you can't find someone, drop me an email at procompsvc@earthlink.net and I will do my best to get you hooked up with someone if you're interested in having a mentor help you along as you get started.

    Welcome!

    --Patti



  4. #4
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    Aug. 1, 2002
    Location
    Georgia
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    Is the $45 discount over?



  5. #5
    Join Date
    Jan. 18, 2000
    Location
    Western New York
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    $45 membership fee for new members continues until the end of the membership year (end of November).

    What happens is you sign up online and the office refunds the difference in the usual discounted $63.75 membership fee to your credit card.

    Or you can do things the old-fashioned way and call the office and they'll charge your credit card, or accept your check for $45 for membership.

    Welcome!

    --Patti



  6. #6
    Join Date
    Jan. 18, 2000
    Location
    Western New York
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    312

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    $45 membership fee for new members continues until the end of the membership year (end of November).

    What happens is you sign up online and the office refunds the difference in the usual discounted $63.75 membership fee to your credit card.

    Or you can do things the old-fashioned way and call the office and they'll charge your credit card, or accept your check for $45 for membership.

    Welcome!

    --Patti



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