CURRENT SPONSORED BENEFITS PROVIDERS
Please give our sponsored benefits providers an opportunity to win your business.
Discount Office Supplies
DRMA and Office Depot have teamed up to bring members discount prices (up to 55% off!) on office supplies in-store or online.
- One-stop shopping online OR in-store for all of your office essentials including furniture, technology, cleaning items, breakroom and copy/print services!
- 15-40% off the officedepot.com regular price on a core list of over 300 products
- 15-40% off the officedepot.com regular price on over 500 cleaning and breakroom products
- Special pricing on copy/printing services
- A store purchasing card so you can shop at ANY store!
- Fast and FREE delivery on any order over $50!
- Monthly specials on popular items AND $15 off any $75 coupons
Getting started is quick and easy, contact Amanda at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Check out this month's current specials here!
Property and Casualty Insurance Providers for Manufacturers
Selecting the appropriate insurance for your business is essential to protect against unexpected events. Cincinnati Insurance Company’s Manufacturers’ Program was designed specifically for manufacturers. Our program offers many industry specific coverage enhancements such as valuing finished stock at the selling price in the event of a covered loss, providing coverage for loss of income due to a disruption in utility services, and manufacturers errors and omissions just to name a few. Cincinnati Insurance provides a high financial strength rating, a management team specifically dedicated to keeping your program on the leading edge and superior claims service provided by representatives who live in or near your community. Logon to www.cinfin.com to find an agent representing The Cincinnati Insurance Companies near you.
WHAT IS IT?
Dayton Region Manufacturers Association looks for solutions to member needs
through value-added benefits.
Known as DRMA
Sponsored Benefits Programs, they offer value to members and non-dues revenue to
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Are you interested in becoming a Sponsored
Benefits Program provider? Here's how it works.
Start by sending us a short email
describing the product or service you have in mind. If the committee
overseeing the program determines your offering has wide-spread appeal to DRMA
regular members, you'll submit a proposal and we'll solicit competing proposals
from members and possibly non-members. Proposals will be reviewed and finalists
will be selected. Finalists will be invited to present their offering to
the committee in person, after which the vendor will be selected. To encourage
companies to originate ideas for value-added benefits, "idea originators”
automatically qualify as finalists.
Key selection criteria include
revenue and profitability potential, service delivery capabilities, and the
integrity of the program – whether it reflects the professionalism and dignity
of DRMA. Essential to any program is that its components comprise a unique
A contract covering the relationship is required, and formal
reviews of the program will take place. The Association may solicit
proposals from other vendors at the termination of the contract.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
- You must be or
become a member of DRMA if you are selected as the DRMA Sponsored Benefits
Your offering must provide direct and/or indirect benefit to members (direct = discount to members not readily available to the general public; indirect = service/product is competitive and you provide non-dues revenue to the Association which helps us keep dues at a minimum).
- Your offering must provide revenue to DRMA, including a $1,000 annual fee.
- You will need to promote your service/product through DRMA channels at standard advertising fees.
- DRMA staff will provide little, if any, assistance to administer your offering.
- We will seek competing proposals from members and possibly non-members.
- A committee will review proposals received and narrow down the list to several finalists who will be invited to meet with the committee to present the service/product offering. If you are the "idea originator,” you are automatically a finalist.
The DRMA Sponsored
Benefits Program will be covered by a contract and will include an annual
review to make sure the program is living up to its intent.
Members may be surveyed to help determine the
HOW TO GET STARTED
Send an email to Kelly at KRich@daytonrma.org with a two-paragraph description of your product/service offering.