MBNA Retailer Membership Application


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Using the upload area below, please attach images of store front and display:

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STATE AND/OR PROVINCIAL ACTIVITY

GENERAL
A retailer is defined as a proprietorship, partnership, or corporation whose primary business is the sales of memorials to the public. The retailer must maintain a storefront and display of full size monuments and markers, and is open to the public during business hours.

My/Our firm has a shop of local arrangement for lettering and setting monuments and markers carried on display. My/Our firm is not located in a cemetery, funeral home, or on property with special tax privileges and holds itself out to sell and install monuments throughout the retail area in all cemeteries, not just the clientele of one particular cemetery or funeral home.


All MBNA members agree to subscribe to the association’s Code of Good Practice. By checking the box, my firm is agreeing to subscribe to the provisions outlined there within.


Payment Information

APPLICATION FEE & DUES INVESTMENT PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
This application must be accompanied by one year’s dues of $ 435.00. The Annual Membership Dues are $ 435.00 and cover the period July 1 through June 30. For memberships that do not begin on July 1, prorated dues will be applied to the second year of membership. MBNA dues payments may be partially deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense, not as a charitable donation.

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It has often been said that monument builders tell stories in stone. This is the second video in a three video series that shows how a good monument builder can tell a story in stone.

Memorialization is about healing the people that few people that mourn your loss and recording a little bit of the flavor of your character for the many people who will follow after you.

This 30 second video shows elements of the monument design process.

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