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First Quarter Membership Renewal Certificates Going to Print

Friday, April 04, 2014   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Michele Hines
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PLNA membership renewal certificates are going to print soon! Was your membership renewal due by March 31, 2014? If the invoice was overlooked, now is the time to pay your dues to get your renewal certificate for 2014 and keep your member benefits!

First quarter dues invoices were sent to PLNA member companies’ primary contacts with a renewal date of March 31st. Two email notices were sent; one in late February and another in early March. A printed invoice was mailed on March 17, 2014. PLNA has implemented an online payment system to make paying your dues more convenient. It’s fast, secure and is available to you 24/7. For those of you who may have overlooked your invoice, please transmit your payment as soon as possible.

To pay AFTER your expiration date follow these simple steps to have your membership reinstated immediately (click HERE for pdf of instructions):
  1. Log in with your "Business Record" username and password
  2. Since the database recognizes your company as expired at this time, you will see a message reading: Membership Status - Your current membership has expired. It expired on (expiration date will be listed here)
  3. To pay online: click the credit card icon under "Options" to renew online and follow prompts
  4. To fax or mail payment: click the invoice icon to print the invoice.
  5. Fax (717) 238.1675 or mail 1707 S. Cameron Street, Harrisburg, PA 17104
If you are unsure of your log in information, click HERE for instructions or contact Michele Hines, Director of Programs and Services at or 717.238.1684.

We appreciate your continued support of Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association and thank you for choosing to renew your PLNA membership.

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