IS YOUR COMPANY ELIGIBLE FOR MEMBERSHIP…
in the only organization supporting and representing the interests of the
North American industrial valve, actuator and controls industry?
Find out by taking this short quiz!
Are you a manufacturer of valves, actuators
and controls with more than 50% of your
value added in North America?
If you answered “yes,” you’re probably eligible
to be a full member of the Valve Manufacturers
Association of America (VMA).
Do you produce products and services used by
North American manufacturers of valves,
actuators and controls?
If you answered “yes,” you could become an
associate member of VMA.
Do you provide OEM-certified service,
maintenance and repair for North American-
manufactured valves, actuators and controls?
If you answered “yes,” you may qualify for
membership in the Valve Repair Council (VRC).
IF YOU ANSWERED "YES" to any of the above questions, here's
why you need to join the Valve Manufacturers Association:
It’s simple. Your investment will pay for itself many times over in the years to
come. Here are just a few of the benefits that come with membership:
Significant discount off of advertising in Valve Magazine and other VMA publications!
Free listings in the North American Catalog of Valves and Guide to Suppliers—both in the print editions
and online product finders!
Invitations to an array of VMA meetings and networking events open only to members, including
the VMA/VRC Annual Meeting, Market Outlook Workshop, Manufacturers Workshop and more!
VMA’s popular members-only e-newsletter, QuickRead, delivered to your computer every Friday!
Participation in VMA’s extensive statistical programs, providing you with data not available anywhere else!
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT VMA REGULAR OR ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP! Go to VMA.org and click on the “About VMA” link for a
complete list of benefits, qualifications, dues and an online application. For additional information, contact Bill Sandler at
email@example.com or call 1-202-331-8105 ex 306.
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT VRC MEMBERSHIP! Go to VMA.org and click on the “Valve Repair Council” link. For additional information,