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WNYMBA-IMBA Membership Integration
Written by Ben Clauss   
Thursday, 19 July 2012 16:40

*UPDATE* IMBA has corrected all membership issues and everyone should be all set. please try logging in/registering at imba.com to utilize your wnymba-imba membership and discounts from imba. ie tools/swag/subaru, etc. if you still have further questions email TJ at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

It has come to our attention that there are some problems with our membership integration with IMBA.  This has resulted in current members receiving emails and/or letters stating that their membership has lapsed and that they need to renew.  If you receive this notification in error and should have a current membership please notify Ben Clauss or TJ Zydel with the details so that we can work with IMBA to straighten these problems out.  We appreciate your patience while these problems are resolved.

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