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Membership categories (Dues & Fees)

Builder / Installer (Licensed Pool / Spa Contracting Company)

BI-01 Annual sales volume less than $5,000,000 or builds fewer than 150 pools:
Annually: $750       Quarterly: $194.50       Monthly: $65

BI-02 Annual sales volume more than $5,000,000 or builds more than 150 pools:
Annually: $950       Quarterly: $246       Monthly: $82

Retail Store

RS-01 Annual sales volume less than $5,000,000:
Annually: $375       Quarterly: $98       Monthly: N/A

Service Company

S-01 Family members only ($200,000 and under):
Annually: $350       Quarterly: $91.50       Monthly: N/A

S-02 Small company — 3 or fewer employees:
Annually: $500       Quarterly: $130       Monthly: N/A

S-03 Medium company — less than $5,000,000 in sales volume:
Annually: $750       Quarterly: $194.50       Monthly: $65

S-04 Annual sales volume more than $5,000,0000:
Annually: $950       Quarterly: $246       Monthly: $82

Subcontractor / Other firms dealing only with builders

SC-01 Annual sales volume $0 to $999,999:
Annually: $375       Quarterly: $98       Monthly: N/A

SC-02 Annual sales volume $1,000,000 to $4,999,999:
Annually: $750       Quarterly: $194.50       Monthly: $65

SC-03 Annual sales volume more than $5,000,000:
Annually: $950       Quarterly: $246       Monthly: $82

Manufacturer / Distributor

MD-01 Annual sales volume $0 to $499,999:
Annually: $950       Quarterly: $246       Monthly: $82

MD-02 Annual sales volume $500,000 to $1,999,999:
Annually: $1,800       Quarterly: $464       Monthly: $155

MD-03 Annual sales volume more than $2,000,000:
Annually: $2500       Quarterly: $645       Monthly: $215

MA-01 A firm or individual that represents a variety of manufacturers:
Annually: $600      Quarterly: $155       Monthly: $52

Other firm dealing with industry members and consumers(i.e.: advertising, insurance, realtor, bank, trade education, consultant, architect, leak detection, engineering, etc.)

Q-01 Annual Sales Volume $0 to $1,000,000:
Annually: $350       Quarterly: $91.50       Monthly: N/A

Q-02 Annual Sales Volume $1,000,000 to $5,000,000:
Annually: $750       Quarterly: $194.50       Monthly: $65

Q-03 Annual sales volume more than $5,000,0000:
Annually: $950       Quarterly: $246       Monthly: $82

Multiple memberships / Other categories

___ -06 Additional Chapter memberships (fee per additional Chapter):
(First company membership is at full price per above schedule)
Annually: $300       Quarterly: N/A       Monthly: N/A

G-01 Associate Member (Nonprofit, governmental official, academic institution):
Annually: $150       Quarterly: N/A       Monthly: N/A

R-01 Retired (Former member of the industry):
Annually: $100       Quarterly: N/A       Monthly: N/A


Rates reflect annual dues and membership fees approved by the FSPA Board of Directors.

*Monthly & quarterly payments include a convenience charge and a credit card must be provided. Charges will be drawn to the credit card on the first business day of each month. If the monthly payment option is selected, multiple months may be charged to the credit card in the first month so that the 12th debit takes place no later than the first day of the 12th month.. If the quarterly payment option is selected multiple quarters may be charged to the credit card so that the 4th quarter debit takes place no later than the first day of the 10th month.  Members on a payment plan are NOT eligible for free CE, scholarship program or Design Awards.

Not sure which category your company belongs in? Call (941)
952-9293 or e-mail Membership@FloridaPoolPro.com.

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