Friday, December 17, 2010

2011 Membership T-shirts

That's right 2011 Membership T-shirts are in stock and rolling out the door as we speak. How do you get your hands on one? Well its easy! Just click here and sign up to become a member of Leave No Trace. If you donate $35 or more you to can show your activism and stewardship. Already a member? Don't wait, renew NOW and extend it by another year. Oh yeh we also have female sizes!!!

In addition to the T-shirt your membership includes the following benefits:

  • One year subscription to Learn.Network.Together., Leave No Trace's electronic newsletters that keep you updated on programs;
  • Personalized Leave No Trace membership card;
  • Membership Resource Guide to help you get involved and stay connected;
  • Invitations to attend events and presentations in your area by others in the Leave No Trace community;
  • 10% discounts on Leave No Trace educational materials and merchandise;
  • 10% off your gourmet backcountry purchase at PackIt Gourmet [email us for your password].
  • Leave No Trace bumper sticker and reference card;
  • Eligibility for the Subaru VIP Partners Program after six months of being a member, helping you save as much as $3,300 when you purchase or lease a new Subaru;
  • Unique discount opportunities from other Leave No Trace partners for cool schwag and gear;
  • Access to the on-line Coleman Pro Store to take advantage of exclusive prices on quality outdoor gear and accessories; (email us for your password)
  • Satisfaction that you are furthering your essential role in spreading Leave No Trace.


Anonymous said...

Has anyone noticed that "stewardship is misspelled? The "d" is missing. That misspelling and the fact that the LNT logo intersects the word at just the right place, creates the word "warship!"

Leave No Trace said...

That's hilarious! I actually have mine on right now and had to pull it off to see if it was true! And it is! You win the paying attention award. Send me an email, and I hook you up with something good! Cheers, kurt at LNT dot org

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