Today is Friday, July 25, 2014
Choose from Membership Plus or Standard Membership levels. Our tiered Membership Plus program allows you to choose the membership level that best fits you and your family. When you renew this year, please consider doing more for and receiving more from the organization that is fighting to protect your rights and the future of bear hunting in Wisconsin.
This level of membership is the same as what you are used to. It includes your subscription to Bear Tracks and the WBHA Yearbook.
In addition to receiving WBHA publications, members who step up to the Bronze Level will receive special recognition in the Yearbook and a $10 gift certificate for WBHA merchandise.
Re-up at the Silver Level and the perks really start to add up. In addition to receiving WBHA publications and receiving special recognition in the yearbook, Silver members will receive a $25 WBHA gift certificate and a “WBHA Hero lapel pin.” As an extra bonus, you will receive a voucher you can use to give a FREE membership to a family that is not already a member!
Our Gold members are…well, good as gold! Gold members get all the benefits of the silver level and more. Receive a $50 WBHA merchandise gift certificate and two WBHA membership vouchers (again, to give to families that are not already members) as well as special recognition at the annual meeting in addition to in the yearbook. And don’t forget that Hero lapel pin!
The cream of the crop—Platinum members are those special people with both the means and the generosity to really step up and support their organization.
As our way of thanking them, Platinum members will receive a $100 WBHA merchandise gift certificate and three vouchers to provide free memberships to non-member families. Plus, of course, the benefits of the lower membership levels (e.g. Hero lapel pin, publications and recognition).
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For over 40 years the WBHA has been at the forefront of protecting the rights of sportsmen and sportswomen in Wisconsin as well promoting youth hunting, conservation, and sound wildlife management... More