On March 4, a membership campaign message from ARSA VP of Operations Brett Levanto was blasted to all association contacts. The email, which provides assistance to contacts whose memberships have lapsed, was supposed to go to a single organization, but was sent to a much broader list.
So, on just this one occasion, contacts receiving an email from Brett (firstname.lastname@example.org) are allowed to ignore it. This is a special occasion, as the ARSA team of course is careful regarding the delivery of messages and hopes you will provide necessary attention to anything else that comes from an @arsa.org or related domain.
From now on, keep your membership current and you’ll never have to see a message like that from Brett (or anyone else on the ARSA team) again.
If you’re curious about the status of your ARSA membership, login to the association’s secure online portal at: https://arsa.member365.com.
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