TSEA’s new membership campaign, Target: Pay Raise, allows everyone an opportunity to win.
Over the weekend, TSEA launched Target: Pay Raise, a new membership campaign with a goal of adding 1,000 new members to the association by September 1.
During the association’s 40th annual Representative Assembly, TSEA’s Executive Director John Summers announced the new campaign. “We have a lot of things we want to accomplish for state employees including a pay raise, and that is why it is vital that we continue to strengthen this association. Adding 1,000 new members by September is a great first step,” Summers said.
To enter the contest, state employees need to recruit at least one new active state employee* before September 1. For each new active employee* recruited, recruiters will receive one entry into the contest.
The amount of entries a recruiter can receive is only limited by the amount of recruits* they sign up – e.g., If they sign up 50 new members, they will receive 50 entries.
In addition, all recruits* will be entered into the contest.
The deadline for entries into the contest is September 1, 2014. The campaign will culminate with a December drawing of two randomly selected grand prize winners out of two different pools of entries: One pool of recruiters, one pool of recruits.
The grand prizes are as follows:
- 1 recruiter will win their choice of a trip to anywhere in the Costco travel guide up to $5,000, or cash equivalent. Plus, the winner will receive a 1-year membership to Costco.
- 1 recruit will win their choice of a trip to anywhere in the Costco travel guide up to $5,000, or cash equivalent. Plus, the winner will receive a 1-year membership to Costco.
SPECIAL JUNE BONUS INCENTIVE: For every new member* recruited during the month of June, recruiters will receive two entries into the contest!
Click here to learn more about the contest and to get started recruiting!
*To qualify for the contest, all recruits must be active state employees. Retirees can recruit to be eligible for the recruiter grand prize; however, retired recruits do not count as entries toward the contest.