Have You Renewed Your Membership?

Have You Renewed Your Membership?

July 1st marks the start of a brand new membership year for the Monument Builders of North America and the first round of dues renewal invoices head out at the start of May!  To continue enjoying all of the membership benefits you love, you’ll need to renew your membership tout de suite!

Update Your Computers/Billing Programs!

The current address for MBNA’s main office is 136 South Keowee Street, Dayton, OH 45402.  If the address on your envelope goes to Illinois or Florida, it didn’t come to us!

Double Check Your Math!

Your membership dues invoice gives you the option to enroll in the Memorial Protection Program (MPP) and/or donate/pledge money to MBAdvocacy. We have, at times, received money for MPP enrollment ($350) and not membership dues.  Be sure to add everything up on one check!

Make Sure We’re Right!

Please take the time to double check your membership information on your invoice. If you find something incorrect or missing, write in the correct information and please send back with your payment.  This will insure correct information on the website and future membership rosters.

By following these steps, you will easily complete your renewal and avoid additional letters, emails or phone calls from HQ.

After a successful renewal, you’ll receive a package in the mail containing a confirmation of your renewal, a new date strip for your membership plaque, and the 2017—2018 Coupon Booklet with potentially thousands of dollars in savings!

Diamond etching is the process of creating a picture with thousands of impact marks from a diamond-tipped chisel. This old-world technique creates a long-lasting picture that is actually engraved into 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.

Memorialization is about making memories permanent. This video portrays the story of a father, a son, and some tender moments that were recorded in stone for the generations to remember.