Here is the release. Also. Stay tuned for some other things that are in the works! I hope they share them soon. I can't keep a secret very well!
Northeast Sportbike Association (NESBA) to offer member and non-member pricing
April 12, 2010: NESBA a leading track day provider across the U.S., released a new pricing structure today. NESBA’s new and improved flexible pricing structure features member and non-member pricing and will allow non members the opportunity to “test drive” a NESBA track day and ride some of the best road race courses in the nation with the Not For Profit club. In the difficult economic times that many are facing, NESBA’s new pricing structure has been customized to provide maximum affordability to members and non members in each of their 5 regions, in addition, the pricing structure was designed to compete with local providers without sacrificing the value of our membership perks and with a focus on keeping costs down for NESBA’s most valuable asset, its customers.
Non-Members will have the option to attend any NESBA Track Day with the following adjustments:
· Per event costs similar to members with a surcharge at select events
· No multi-day discount
· Cancellation policy (refund greater than 14 days prior to event)
NESBA members enjoy some of the best perks in the track day industry with Rain Insurance, Crash Insurance, Mechanical Insurance, Multi Day Discounts, Free Track Rewards, Free Tire program, No charge for entry into the track and Seven day cancellation. In 2010, NESBA will continue to offer these great benefits to members without an increase in cost.
Robert Blandford, NESBA president, spoke about the new pricing plan: “Our members and staff have asked us to put together some creative options to assist them in bringing their friends to the track to experience why NESBA has become the premier provider of track days in America, NESBA has answered that call and has provided this custom pricing plan as a way to highlight the value of membership to potential members. We (NESBA) also understand that during these difficult economic times that some might only be able to get out to 1 or 2 track days and that having this flexible pricing structure might allow them to squeeze in an extra day. It all boils down to making sure that the people that want to get out to the track and ride, can afford to get out to the track and if NESBA can pitch in and help them out by giving them a little more flexibility, its our pleasure to do so”