Empower and educate members and partners to promote quality school nutrition programs
Dear Industry Member,
We would like to extend an invitation to you and your company to become a Sustaining Member of the School Nutrition Association of North Carolina.
Last year, over 165 million lunches and 67 million breakfasts were served to students in North Carolina. In addition, many local districts cater to day care and senior meal programs. In fact, catering has grown in most school systems. We believe that if we can work together with the food service industry we can all stay better informed and prepared to do our work.
By becoming a member of our association, you will have professional contacts with School Nutrition personnel. You will receive reduced rates at our Industry Seminar, Trade Show and other meetings. You will receive three issues of our publication, ARROW, as well as your company name will appear in each issue. Sustainers receive a sign at the trade show indicating that they are a Sustaining Member of SNA-NC along with a listing of all of the NC School Nutrition Directors and their contact information. They also will be given priority over non-members for booth location. You will have the satisfaction of knowing that you are a vital link in feeding the children of North Carolina, helping to nurture both their bodies and their minds.
The membership fee is $200.00 per year for Individual Company. This membership category provides for one member per company. We also have a Corporate membership for $400.00. This provides for up to four people in the same company to have membership benefits. Our membership year runs from January 1 to December 31. If you are interested, please complete the attached membership form and return it with a check, payable to SNA-NC. We also take MasterCard, Visa, AMEX or Discover. Send the form, along with payment to:
We hope to hear from you soon.
Very truly yours,
Dawn Ferguson Roth
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