AFLMA Newsletter #4 :: 27 September 2001
The Newsletter of the AFL Members Association
In this issue:
1) AFLMA's own survey - Tell the AFL what you want
2) Going to the Grand Final?
3) Join Up! Join Up!
4) Spreading the word
5) Contact details
AFLMA'S OWN SURVEY - TELL THE AFL WHAT YOU WANT
The AFLMA is soon to meet with the AFL. In order for us to best
support the views of our membership - that's you - we must have as
many completed surveys as possible.
You will find our survey at http://www.aflma.com/AFLMASurvey.htm
GOING TO THE GRAND FINAL?
If so, why not meet up with the AFLMA Committee for a chat.
We'll be meeting in the Haydn Bunton Bar at about 12:30. The
most easily spotted person will be Tim Reddoch, whose T-shirt
will clearly identify him as a disgruntled AFL Member.
JOIN UP! JOIN UP!
AFL Members can join the AFLMA on line. Just point your web
browser to http://www.aflma.com/join.htm.
If you have signed up in person, over the telephone or through an
email, would you please confirm your details via our webpage. As
we have been collecting your details we have discovered that some
membership details have been missed. In addition, entering the
information into our database has been a difficult process.
By visiting the website and entering the details yourself it will
save us a lot of work and ensure that our database is complete.
While you are there please enter the details of family members
who are also AFL Members. Often someone joining the AFLMA will
mention that their spouse/child is also an AFL Member, but leave
it at that. It is important that we get their details as well.
You can also enter the details for friends who don't have
internet access, but first ask them if that's okay.
Please be assured that the AFLMA takes your privacy seriously and
will not sell or make commercial use of any data supplied by its
SPREADING THE WORD
Do you know other AFL Members? People at your work, friends,
relatives, etc? Tell them about us. Pass on our website address.
Email or give them a copy of this Newsletter. Encourage them to
get in touch with us, via the contacts listed below.
The AFLMA has produced a sign-on form, for use by those who
don't have internet access. It is available in Word format, so
that you can print it out and hand it on to friends. If you'd
like a copy please send an email to email@example.com
The Purpose of the Association is simply "To promote the
interests of AFL Members". Membership to open to any financial
AFL Member (Full, Restricted and Absentee) and there is no cost
- Irwin Hirsh, on behalf of the AFLMA Committee