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ASSOCIATION NEWS 2011 State Membership Strengths & Revenue* State 2011 Strength 127% 112% 108% 106% 103% 102% 101% 100% 99% 97% 94% 92% 91% 89% 89% 76% 70% 70% 64% 63% 60% 60% 59% 56% 55% 51% 51% 50% 50% 45% 42% 41% 41% 40% 39% 38% 37% 36% 35% 35% 30% 22% 20% 19% 15% 15% 14% 14% 12% 12% 11% 10% 9% 2% 52% 2011 Strength Total Active Active Annual Active Objective Members Members Life Members 508 1,047 1,213 198 1,431 497 988 1,368 1,068 1,243 928 939 410 1,087 718 527 359 1,087 1,658 929 925 477 838 1,276 1,333 533 970 474 117 1184 631 837 1,343 2,033 915 1,780 406 905 980 482 982 157 1,535 596 668 445 580 1,515 2,361 2,117 1,193 2,587 1,367 688 53,433 643 1,169 1,313 210 1,469 508 999 1,373 1,053 1,207 876 865 372 965 637 402 253 762 1,065 589 555 284 497 716 731 271 493 238 58 536 267 346 545 808 357 683 149 325 345 167 292 35 306 115 100 66 84 215 293 245 133 247 125 12 27,658** 449 724 980 184 1,458 239 985 1,227 550 1089 745 434 194 700 382 31 199 551 1,050 237 541 264 458 577 605 93 272 178 1 434 149 247 250 746 346 624 132 262 248 150 261 0 272 29 22 15 39 55 224 102 61 84 0 0 20,149 194 445 333 26 11 269 14 146 503 118 131 431 178 265 255 371 54 211 15 352 14 20 39 139 126 178 221 60 57 102 118 99 295 62 11 59 17 63 97 17 31 35 34 86 78 51 45 160 69 143 72 163 125 12 7,509** 2010 Strength 121% 133% 125% 109% 107% 101% 103% 104% 101% 111% 102% 105% 100% 94% 100% 79% 68% 106% 56% 72% 63% 103% 85% 42% 52% 58% 67% 71% 57% 43% 68% 70% 55% 58% 66% 91% 27% 46% 53% 28% 47% 98% 15% 21% 18% 13% 34% 24% 19% 23% 21% 13% 41% 33% 63% Collected 2011 Dues $22,899 $35,656 $53,010 $11,321 $85,161 $11,969 $52,075 $66,133 $32,181 $57,517 $38,749 $21,696 $12,504 $39,120 $20,744 $1,934 $8,830 $32,150 $54,791 $15,950 $28,456 $16,287 $26,300 $36,242 $16,497 $2,544 $9,020 $11,009 $0 $17,893 $7,759 $16,010 $14,934 $47,119 $17,532 $38,805 $6,449 $17,761 $17,227 $9,021 $16,223 $0 $9,688 $1,840 $1,213 $804 $2,733 $3,857 $12,716 $7,665 $4,084 $6,617 $0 $0 $1,098,695 South Dakota Wisconsin North Carolina Vermont Tennessee North Dakota Louisiana Mississippi Arkansas Georgia Utah Kansas Delaware Oklahoma Hawaii Nevada New Hampshire Iowa Alabama Kentucky Massachusetts New Mexico Oregon South Carolina Minnesota District of Columbia Maryland Montana Virgin Islands Virginia Nebraska West Virginia Indiana Pennsylvania New Jersey Ohio Maine Colorado Michigan Rhode Island Arizona Guam Florida Connecticut Alaska Wyoming Idaho Illinois California New York Washington Texas Missouri Puerto Rico Total: NGAUS Adds New Membership Benefits The association has just increased the privileges available to members. NGAUS members now qualify for the Hertz #1 Club Gold program with fees waived. The program offers express service to avoid standing in line for rental cars. Association members also qualify for preferred pricing on some of the latest Dell and Apple products and accessories. For $135 per person, members and their families can take advantage of Life Line Screening’s painless, noninvasive ultrasound screenings for a variety of cir-culatory conditions and diseases at vari-ous locations throughout the country. Members also get a 10 percent dis-count on all items from U.S. Patriot, a supplier of military and law enforcement goods based in Columbia, S.C. In addition, NGAUS and USAA will soon be offering a special World Master Card that will help support association activities. More information on all of these ben-efits is available at the Members Only section of www.ngaus.org. Early Bird Associations Catch 5 Percent Rebates Several state and territory associations have received shares of $54,000 as a result of their Early Bird dues submissions. NGAUS rewards 5 percent rebates to state and territory associations on na-tional dues received by March 31. This year, states and territories sent nearly $1 million in dues by the dead-line. Rebates ranged from less than $40 to more than $4,000. The NGAUS board of directors cre-ated the program several years ago to encourage state and territory associa-tions to send national dues earlier. Waiting until the traditional June 30 membership deadline can bog down processing and delays the start of ben-efits for new members, said Bonnie Carter, the association’s deputy director of membership. NOTE: Strength percentages are determined by adding each state and territory’s active annual and active life members and dividing that figure by their officer strength. Retired members do not count toward active membership strengths. *As of May 1, 2011 **Includes 289 nonaffiliated members. 52 | Na tional Guard

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NGAUS Adds New Membership Benefits<br /> <br /> The association has just increased the privileges available to members.<br /> <br /> NGAUS members now qualify for the Hertz #1 Club Gold program with fees waived. The program offers express service to avoid standing in line for rental cars.<br /> <br /> Association members also qualify for preferred pricing on some of the latest Dell and Apple products and accessories.<br /> <br /> For $135 per person, members and their families can take advantage of Life Line Screening's painless, noninvasive ultrasound screenings for a variety of circulatory conditions and diseases at various locations throughout the country.<br /> <br /> Members also get a 10 percent discount on all items from U.S. Patriot, a supplier of military and law enforcement goods based in Columbia, S.C.<br /> <br /> In addition, NGAUS and USAA will soon be offering a special World Master Card that will help support association activities.<br /> <br /> More information on all of these benefits is available at the Members Only section of www.ngaus.org.<br /> -------------------------------------------------------------------------<br /> <br /> Early Bird Associations Catch 5 Percent Rebates<br /> <br /> Several state and territory associations have received shares of $54,000 as a result of their Early Bird dues submissions.<br /> <br /> NGAUS rewards 5 percent rebates to state and territory associations on national dues received by March 31.<br /> <br /> This year, states and territories sent nearly $1 million in dues by the deadline. Rebates ranged from less than $40 to more than $4,000.<br /> <br /> The NGAUS board of directors created the program several years ago to encourage state and territory associations to send national dues earlier.<br /> <br /> Waiting until the traditional June 30 membership deadline can bog down processing and delays the start of benefits for new members, said Bonnie Carter, the association's deputy director of membership.<br /> -------------------------------------------------------------------------<br /> <br />

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