The IGI’s work is paramount to the industry’s future success. Dues to NALP are invested in education, training, public policy work and so many other things you have come to depend on from the Association.

COMMIT TO NALP'S INDUSTRY GROWTH INITIATIVE

The IGI’s work is paramount to the industry’s future success. Dues to NALP are invested in education, training, public policy work and so many other things you have come to depend on from the Association. The Industry Growth Initiative will follow a model that has been successful in other industries; it will be funded by companies committed to stewarding the industry’s growth. One company cannot move the needle alone, but by pooling resources and employing them strategically, we CAN increase our workforce and the demand for our services. If you are ready to be part of our growth agenda, pledge your support to NALP’s Industry Growth Initiative. 

There are two levels of funding:

Industry Champion

Those companies committed to achieving growth in the quickest and most powerful way, will annually contribute 1/10th of 1% of their company’s landscaping/lawn care revenue. (That is $1,000 per $1 million in sales.)  Pledges shall be made on an annual basis and can be invoiced monthly, semi-annually, quarterly, or annually. (Larger companies should talk with NALP staff about a maximum investment cap.).

Industry Steward

Stewards will support the program at the highest level that is feasible  and appropriate for their company each year – whether that’s $600, $10,000 or $200,000 – or anything in between. It’s a number that is less than the Champion level contribution but represents a generous investment for the donor. The amount will be self-determined. (The minimum annual contribution is $600.)

Note: IGI’s Investor Assets are available to all those who fund the program.  That is, Champions and Stewards alike may partake equally of all investor benefits offered.

For more information or to make your pledge with installments, contact Missy Henriksen, NALP’s vice president of public affairs at (703) 456-4212 or missy@landscapeprofessionals.org.