Recruitment Incentives for Current WSDA Members
As an active member of organized dentistry there is no one better suited to speak to the benefits of membership then yourself. A grassroots approach that centers on peer to peer recruitment is one of the most effective ways to introduce someone to organized dentistry and both the tangible (PNDC, advocacy, The Source, etc.) and intangible (leadership, community, comraderie etc.) benefits that membership offers.
There is an unparalleled strength in numbers and as our Association grows so too will our voice and our influence.
The recruitment incentives described below serve as the perfect opportunity to share all of the Associations success with your peers. Plus, to sweeten the deal we added some great rewards to thank you for taking the time to share the mission and accomplishments of the WSDA and organized dentistry.
Pacfic Northwest Dental Conference Complimentary Badges
Looking to attend our annual conference for free? We can help with that.
Recruit any non-member to join and we will issue both you and the new member dentist complimentary full conference badges to the PNDC (a $200 value per badge). To ensure you receive your complimentary badge fill out the form at the bottom of this page. Once we have verified that we have received the non-member's application and payment information, we will send you a complimentary PNDC registration.
Free Component Society Dinner
They say there is no such thing as a free lunch; but they never mentioned anything about dinner. Invite any non-member to a component society meeting and their dinner is on us. If your component society is staffed contact the Executive Director to let them know you will be bringing a non-member, if your society is not staffed please contact your President. Society leadership will then send the name of the non-member in addition to an invoice for the cost of the dinner to firstname.lastname@example.org. Attending a component meeting allows non-members to better understand and experience the community building aspect of organized dentistry.