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About Annual Membership

Membership to the MPC is annual and valid for one year. Learn more about our Annual Membership Plan here and register below. 

Please Note:

Below are the updated membership levels and benefits schedule effective January 1, 2017.

MPC will launch a new website with a new membership directory system in late January. Membership registration and renewals will be valid
on this page until the new site is launched.
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Membership Levels & Benefits
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INDIVIDUAL MEMBER  $100

• Admission to quarterly MPC Meetings (4 per year).
• Name, Title, Affiliations, Contact listed in member directory.
• Discount admission to MPC Programs.
• Exclusive member offers and industry promotions.
• Coalition voting rights.

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COMPANY MEMBER

Organization Size  (0 – 5 employees)  $300,  (6 – 25 employees)  $650,  (25+ employees)  $1,000

• Admission to quarterly MPC industry meetings.
• Company Logo, Description, Contact featured in member directory.
• Member benefits for company employees.
• Discount access to MPC programs.
• Exclusive member offers and industry promotions.
• Coalition voting rights.

*Request an invoice. info@massprodcoalition.org

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SUPPORTER  $70

• Admission to quarterly MPC Meetings (4 per year).
• Name listed on website.
• Discount admission to MPC programs.

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STUDENT SUPPORTER  $25

• Admission to quarterly MPC Meetings (4 per year).
• Name listed on website.
• Discount admission to MPC programs.

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Payment Options
To receive an invoice for your membership contact info@massprodcoalition.org.

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Membership Dues & Tax Deductions

Massachusetts Production Coalition (MPC) is a 501c(6) non-profit organization. Membership dues and contributions paid to MPC are not tax deductible as charitable contributions.

Massachusetts Production Coalition estimates that membership dues will be fully allocable as nondeductible lobbying and/or political expenditures in the year 2017, and, therefore, may not be deducted as ordinary and necessary trade or business expenses.

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