FMAA Membership Requirements

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To be eligible for FMAA membership, a legally established for-profit business entity must fall into one of the following member classifications:

Manufacturer Member (annual dues - $11,000)
A business organized under the laws of the U.S. or any state, territory or insular possession thereof, which is engaged in the production and distribution of U.S. flags (Harmonized Tariff Schedule 6307.90.98.25) of U.S. origin in compliance with the applicable country of origin and marking requirements of the U.S. Customs Service (19 CFR Parts 102 and 134) and the Federal Trade Commission (16 CFR Part 303). Consistent with Customs regulation 102.21(e), this definition excludes businesses organized under the laws of the U.S. or any state, territory or insular possession thereof engaged in the production and distribution of U.S. flags where the fabric-making process takes place in a foreign country. Legal entity must directly employ a minimum of 25 employees on an average annual basis. Manufacturer Member dues are $10,000 annually.

Related Industry Member
A U.S. business entity with activities that relate to the manufacture and distribution of U.S. flags, but that does not qualify as a Manufacturer Member (as defined above), such as raw material suppliers, component and equipment suppliers, non-retail distributors, importers and service organizations; excluding, however, retailer merchants, flag dealers and retail organizations. Related Industry Member do not have voting rights within the association but both levels will receive copies of all FMAA press releases and legislative updates and be included on the FMAA web site, including a link to their own web site.

Related Industry Member ($2,000 annual dues) - This level entitles the entity to be invited to all FMAA meetings and conference calls and to be featured in FMAA's social media efforts.
Related Industry Member ($1,000 annual dues) - This level entitles the entity to be included on all FMAA conference calls.

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