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Thread: CCSA and CCFR membership drive 2018

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    The Shooting Edge - CGN Sponsor TSE JR's Avatar
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    Week one done.... over 20 new members between the CSSA and CCFR...
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    Week 2;

    Almost another 40 between the 2 organizations!!!!

    60 so far......
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    The Shooting Edge - CGN Sponsor TSE JR's Avatar
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    We are at about week 6 in our promo and I am happy to report that these two organizations have between them over 200 new members!

    JR
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    Awesome!

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    So I spend only $1200 on a VIP membership to line your pocket, and I get a free $45 CSSA membership? I'm no math wizard but that sounds like a fantastic deal! Apparently I am not the only one drinking the Kool Aid! Yeehaw! Keep your powder dry folks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vancouverbc View Post
    So I spend only $1200 on a VIP membership to line your pocket, and I get a free $45 CSSA membership? I'm no math wizard but that sounds like a fantastic deal! Apparently I am not the only one drinking the Kool Aid! Yeehaw! Keep your powder dry folks!
    Obviously from your comment, you wouldn't be happy no matter what we did. Line my pocket?

    This promotion also applies to our standard memberships; both new and renewals. So I am unsure what the complaint is?

    I also don't know how us giving a FREE membership at an organization of the member's choice is a bad thing?

    For no work, no cost and no effort, the CSSA and the CCFR now have, between them, over 200 paid, (and increasing weekly) voting members.

    The real question is: What have you done to help increase the volume of firearms owners in Canada?

    JR
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    The Shooting Edge, Target Sports Canada, William Evans

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSE JR View Post
    We are at about week 6 in our promo and I am happy to report that these two organizations have between them over 200 new members!

    JR
    Good work guys.
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    I can't believe someone is complaining that with a range membership you get a free CCFR or CSSA membership.

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    Great job!!! I’m already a member of all 3 and of Target. However thrilled the org numbers are going up. We need to make them NRA powerful to fight off the Wendy army.
    Donít let them treat us like criminals.

    Member of CCFR, CSSA, NFA, OFAH and IDPA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mo223 View Post
    Great job!!! I’m already a member of all 3 and of Target. However thrilled the org numbers are going up. We need to make them NRA powerful to fight off the Wendy army.
    Part of the problem might be that there are a bunch of smaller organizations where the NRA is a large organization, maybe a few of them should amalgamate

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