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2010 Member Recruitment Contest:
Each One, Submit One

To date, six current IBWA members have recruited 13 new members. David Carlile (3M Purification, Inc.) is increasing his odds of becoming the winner of the 2010 IBWA Member Recruitment Contest. David recruited Claim Services International, a new Supplier member.

You can increase your chances of winning. Any member who submits to IBWA a new prospect lead who joins the Association becomes eligible for the 2010 Member Recruitment Contest grand prize drawing. Use the Prospect Lead Form to let IBWA know about your member prospect. Then simply fax or email your completed forms to IBWA's Manager of Member Services Benita Stocks at 703.683.4074 or bstocks@bottledwater.org.

CLICK HERE for the Prospect Lead Form.

Each One, Submit One: If each current IBWA member submits just one prospect, we can double the number of valid prospects we have in our database. Send us information on the non-member companies you know. We will add them to the database, attach your name to the record as their sponsor, and send them recruitment materials. When they join, you can win!

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In This Issue:
IBWA Activities
• IBWA Maintains Opposition to
Baltimore Beverage Container Tax
• 2010 Member Recruitment Contest:
Each One, Submit One
Plant Inspections
• BIFs to IBWA Past Due
2010 DWRF Golf Tournament
• 2010 DWRF Golf Tournament:
Tee Off and Help Fund Vital Research That Impacts the Bottled Water Industry
IBWA Awards Program
• Time is Running Out to Nominate Someone for the 2010 IBWA Awards Program:
Deadline Extended to June 30
IBWA in the News
• A Healthy Perspective on BPA
• IBWA Welcomes New Members
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