8th December, 2010 - Posted by Tex Dworkin - 1 Comment
Our goal: figure out a way to offer new Global Exchange members this holiday season a little something extra beyond the standard membership benefits, in exchange for their support.
The recession kept coming up in conversation. We figured most people would have limited funds to spend on gifts this year, so why not offer supporters who give Global Exchange gift memberships this holiday season some cool freebies to go along with the membership. More bang for your buck, so to speak.
We came up with six different Membership Gift Packages, so folks could choose the theme that interests their gift recipient the most. Each one would cost the standard Global Exchange membership rate ($35) but in addition to the usual perks (including discounts to our Fair Trade stores and quarterly newsletters), we’d also include both Fair Trade chocolate AND coffee, PLUS a whole other gift (depending on which gift package they choose.)
Here we are now, the new gift membership packages just launched online, and we’re sincerely proud to offer up these great deals as we add to our growing 40,000+ list of international supporters!
One of the packages is called the Socially Responsible Traveler Membership Package.
What it comes with: In addition to the Fair Trade chocolate, coffee, and gift membership certificate, you’ll get a special coupon worth $200 off any 2011 Global Exchange Reality Tour PLUS a TassaTag™ (Travelers Take Action Against Sex Slavery and Trafficking) luggage tag.
Your gift supports Global Exchange’s Reality Tours travel program, which enables US citizens to explore peace, justice and environmental issues in 35 countries around the world.
If you’re as excited as we are about this gift, then go online to order yours soon. As one might suspect, it’s a ‘while supplies last’ type of situation.
Remember, in addition to the Socially Responsible Traveler Membership Package, there are 5 other packages to choose from!
Happy choosing and happy holidays, from all of us here at Global Exchange!
Posted on: December 8, 2010
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