Start Now to Win Free Lodging, Airfare to 2009 Symposium & Expo

How many new AAOHN members can you recruit? When you recruit a friend or colleague to join AAOHN between now and March 31, 2008, you will be closer to winning free registration, travel, and lodging for the 2009 Symposium and Expo. You'll also be eligible for a number of other prizes and recognition throughout the year. The campaign began April 1, as it does every year, but there's still a lot of time remaining.

The Member-Get-A-Member campaign is one of AAOHN's most successful membership recruitment efforts. For the 2005-2006 campaign, 103 members recruited 131 new members with a total of 763 new members for the entire campaign. The winner of the 2006-2007 campaign will be announced tonight at the Awards and Recognition Dinner at the Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel in Orlando, site of the 2007 Symposium and Expo. In addition to free registration, airfare, and hotel lodging to the 2008 Symposium and Expo in Salt Lake City, that Recruiter of the Year will also be awarded $100 credit toward the purchase of AAOHN products and a plaque recognizing his or her outstanding efforts.

All current AAOHN members are eligible to participate, and all participants--even if they sponsor only one new member--will win a prize. For more information on the MGAM campaign, including a recommendation/sponsorship form, visit www.aaohn.org/member_services/mgam.cfm.

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