Coming Soon: TIA Discount Shipping Program
The Tennis Industry Association announces a new member benefit program with PartnerShip®, the company that developed and manages the TIA Discount Shipping Program. The TIA Discount Shipping Program will save TIA members substantial dollars on all their shipping needs—inbound, outbound, small, large, and tradeshow.
“Retailers routinely receive shipments of equipment and apparel that include shipping and handling charges from their suppliers,” according to Harry Centa, Program Manager for PartnerShip. “Now, instead of suppliers adding shipping costs on their invoices, owners and operators can be billed at their TIA negotiated rates through the TIA Discount Shipping Program.”
The TIA Discount Shipping Program will allow you to save on select FedEx® services for all your express packages, ground packages, and small-package residential delivery service. TIA members with an existing FedEx account will also benefit by enrolling in the TIA Discount Shipping Program. PartnerShip will ensure you’re receiving the optimum shipping discounts available.
Members will save at least 70% through PartnerShip on the freight shipments you send and receive with several leading national and regional carriers.
“We are excited to be able to deliver the TIA Discount Shipping Program to our members,” says TIA Executive Director Jolyn de Boer. “This discount program will help facilities, retailers, court contractors and manufacturers all save a substantial amount of money on their shipping costs.”
Remember, use your association services first; the TIA Discount Shipping Program will help support TIA tennis growth initiatives.
Complete TIA Discount Shipping Program information and enrollment details will be available in mid-November 2010.
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