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The ASME Referral Drive is your opportunity to share the value of an ASME Membership with your friends and colleagues, and receive free gifts in the process! Participate and take pride in knowing you are supporting ASME and the vital role it plays in promoting the art, science and practice of engineering around the globe. The ASME Referral Drive runs through September 30th, 2013.
Refer Peers & Colleagues
Tell your friends, peers, and co-workers about ASME. Complete the ASME Referral Drive Form and we will send them an email invitation to join with a special introductory offer. Simply login, and in minutes you'll be able to make as many referrals as you want, as often as you like!
Access RecruitmentTips & Tools
It's easy to share the value of ASME with your non-member colleagues by visiting our convenient Recruitment Tips & Tools page where you'll find our "Seven simple steps for recruitment success" plus information on member benefits, downloadable brochures and more!
Pick Your Prize
Each time one of your referrals joins, you will receive an email notification with an embedded link to our page of prizes. Simply make your selection and we will take care of the rest at no cost to you! Take a look at our great prize options now.
Multiple Grand Prizes
Upon the completion of the drive on September 30th, 2013, multiple Grand Prizes will be awarded:
Please see the ASME Referral Drive Rules & Regulations page for a complete listing of all program details.
* Professional members will not receive prizes/incentives or Grand Prize eligibility for recruiting student members, and students will not receive prizes/incentives or Grand Prize eligibility for recruiting students who are eligible for ASME Freshman-first-year-free student membership. Employees of ASME and members of their immediate families and households are not eligible to participate.
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