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The Roadster Factory

Started by amgba, January 26, 2009, 08:11:43 PM

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The Roadster Factory at www.the-roadster-factory.com will pay your American MGB Association Dues...

Spend $850.00 at The Roadster Factory during the current year, retroactive to January 1st, and TRF will pay your dues or your next renewal.

Sales amount is determined on a calendar year basis from January 1st through December 31st of the current year. Our computer keeps a running total of invoices delivered to you, including postage and state sales tax.

When your purchases reach $850.00 during the current year, call our sales line and speak to our salespeople. They will take your information and communicate your renewal to the AMGBA Membership Secretary, and we will send a payment to cover your dues for one year..

Our offer includes one renewal per calendar year per customer based on our own computer records. You must request a membership or a renewal when you are eligible based on your purchases. We do not automatically provide this service until it is requested.

It is the goal and wish of TRF management and the AMGBA that this service will be good for both TRF and the club, as TRF needs parts sales and the club needs membership renewals.

More information at http://www.the-roadster-factory.com/TRF-VTRAMGBA.php

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