Since September 1, 2010, NASPA has encouraged its
members and especially its directors
to help recruit new members by offering referral
How to get a referral
If you refer someone to the association, ask them to enter
your NASPA ID when filling out the online
If you think they may have trouble remembering, you can give them a referral link that will automatically give you the referral without their having to enter your NASPA ID.
In order to receive a referral bonus, the member must not
previously have been a NASPA member (it’s okay if they
were an NSA member or had a tournament rating), and they must
pay for at least one year’s membership (regular, youth
What you get for a referral
- For each referral, you get a month added onto your NASPA membership.
- If you have the most referrals in the twelve-month period from 2011-09-01 to 2012-08-31, you will be specially recognized and receive an extra year added onto your NASPA membership.
Extensions to your NASPA membership will be processed automatically. If your club has more than one director, you may pool your referrals to qualify for any of the club sanctioning bonuses.
If you qualify for more than one bonus, you may receive all the bonuses that you qualify for.
If someone forgot to enter your referring NASPA ID, contact
John Chew to get retroactive credit for the referral,
which will be applied to all offers which are still open
at the time of your application.
- If you have the most referrals in the twelve-month period from 2010-09-01 to 2011-08-31, you will be specially recognized and receive an extra year added onto your NASPA membership. (Congratulations to Conrad Bassett-Bouchard, this year’s winner!)
- If you are a club director and get four referrals in the four months from 2010-09-01 to 2010-12-31, you will receive an extra year added onto your club sanctioning period.
- If you are a club director and get ten referrals during the 2011 calendar year, you will receive an extra year added onto your club sanctioning period.