WHAT IS AN ASSOCIATE MEMBER?
An ASSOCIATE MEMBER
is a supplier, ie. supplier of hard goods or nursery stock, computer specialist, insurance agents, communications, truck dealers,
An ASSOCIATE MEMBER is one who does not have a vote but is welcome at all NSLGA functions, all Nassau,
Suffolk & W. Nassau/Queens chapters, i.e. meetings, picnic, educational sessions, social functions. At
all chapter meetings an Associate is introduced and is welcome to give a 5 minute blip about their company.
An ASSOCIATE MEMBER is one who is eligible for all NSLGA benefits, i.e. blood bank, informational
mailings on what’s happening in the industry, whether it be pesticides, DOT, composting or just a new product.
An ASSOCIATE MEMBER is one that has their names, address, and telephone number listed in the bi-annual
issues of the magazine. In addition to being offered the discount rate for advertising in the bi-annual
magazine (call for advertising information).
An ASSOCIATE MEMBER is one whose business can be featured once in the monthly Newsletter.
For those of you who did not take advantage of this feature, it is a 200 word blip written, about your company and
featured in the monthly Newsletter. Call the office for more information.
MEMBER is one who will receive a plaque for their store or office and, if participating in the Annual Professional
Plant & Turf Conference, will be recognized with a special sign acknowledging his support of the Association.
An ASSOCIATE MEMBER has the advantage of putting his business card in our “NEW MEMBER PACKET”
listing his products or services. Some Associate Members have found it advantageous to put introductory
coupons to promote new business.
An ASSOCIATE MEMBER is one who may take advantage of having the Association do mailings to its 1500+
membership at cost, and have that special event listed in the monthly newsletter.
MEMBER is one who pays $225.00 a year membership dues and receives all of the above. For an additional
$75 an Associate Member may have an additional listing in the Landscape Gardener, an additional plaque for the other location,
as well as an additional mailing.