Chairman Discusses New Members Action Committee of the IWFA

April 28th, 2011 by Editor

The International Window Film Association (IWFA) created a new Members Action Committee (MAC) last month. Its purpose will be to develop programs to assist current dealer and distributor members as well as attract new members to the association.

Jack Mundy, president of Ener-Gard, is serving  as a temporary chair of the committee. The committee chair will also serve as an advisory member of the board of directors.

“The mission of the Member’s Action Committee is to develop, deliver and manage programs, activities and incentives both to benefit existing dealer and distributor members, while attracting new members and to provide input and participants to other IWFA functional committees,” says Mundy. “The Member’s Action Committee is in its infancy stages, and the first major project was to act on behalf of the IWFA to co-sponsor the IWFE with WINDOW FILM magazine. This is a major undertaking, and it is the committee’s goal to work in conjunction with other interested parties to put on educational sessions for the dealer market segment, and to showcase the IWFA as an organization that is vital to the future of our industry.”

The committee is open to any dealers or distributors that are currently members of the IWFA.

“Upcoming activities will be oriented around programs and incentives to keep existing dealer members, and to significantly increase membership at the dealer level,” adds Mundy. “The MAC will also have representation on other IWFA functional committees, and this will ensure that the dealer/distributor voices and input will be available within the IWFA, and this will be a win-win situation for our trade association. The current members of the MAC are mainly from the dealer category, and they are very enthusiastic and interested in activities and programs that will help to sustain and grow membership, particularly at the dealer level. “

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