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Moving Manufacturing

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WHY JOIN DRMA? 

We provide you the opportunity to connect with and learn from other manufacturing professionals who share your need to keep our region’s manufacturing industry strong. You can gain valuable insights and form relationships that will help you grow your business, but that’s only the beginning.

Membership in the DRMA is company-wide, providing an opportunity for everyone on your staff to participate in ways that best meet individual needs.

We offer tangible cost-saving programs and services that help our members enhance the top-bottom line.

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HEALTHCARE

Save up to 30% off what you’re currently paying for health insurance.

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BUSINESS LEADS

DRMA connects members with business leads from companies who reach out to us seeking a supplier. 

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OSHA TRAINING

Members receive a discount on OSHA training for their employees.

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LEGAL SERVICES

DRMA members get one free call a month with Bob Dunlevey, an employment law expert.

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WORKERS' COMP

Group Rating Programs that can reduce your company’s premium costs.
 

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Not only does DRMA’s group rating program provide my company a significant discount on our worker's comp premiums, but their third-party administrator, Sedgwick, are experts at managing my workers' comp claims and providing knowledge and services that ensure my workplace is safe for each and every valued employee.

JD Claffey, Non-Ferrous Casting Co., Inc. 

CLICK HERE to fill out the DRMA Member Application (for companies)

CLICK HERE to fill out out DRMA Senior Member Application

Membership Types

DRMA offers several types of memberships:

  1. Manufacturer Member: Companies who manufacture or who add direct, tangible value to the product

  2. Affiliate Member: Non-manufacturing companies whose business model is to serve exclusively manufacturers

  3. Associate Member: Non-manufacturing companies whose business model is to serve multiple industries

  4. Non-Profit Organization (Associate Member): Entities which are designated as non-profit by the IRS, including non-profit educational institutions.

  5. Senior Members: Retired individuals who have been employed by a DRMA member company during his or her career

 
 

Membership Fees

Initiation Fee (one-time fee; due with application)

Manufacturer, Affiliate, Associate Members:   $200
Senior Members:   $25

All applications will be considered upon receipt of an initiation fee, which is due with the application.

Number of Employees*

1-19

20-49

50-99

100-349

350-799

800+

Annual Dues

Manufacturer

$575**

$750

$950

$1,275

$1,700

$2,275

Affiliate

$650**

$825

$1,050

$1,350

$1,775

$2,375

Associate

$775

$925

$1,175

$1,450

$1,875

$2,450

Senior

$100

Non-Profit

$775

*To calculate your number of employees:  Count all employees in all your facilities located within a 50-mile radius of Dayton. If your company is located outside the 50-mile radius: count all employees in your facilities from which your company benefits by being a member. Annual dues will be invoiced upon application approval. Dues are billed annually in December and are pro-rated during the first year of membership.

**1 - 5 employees:  Companies qualifying as a Manufacturer or Affiliate membership and who have 5 or fewer employees are provided a $150 discount on dues for two calendar years.  After the second calendar year, the standard dues rate applies.

CLICK HERE to fill out the DRMA Membership Application (for companies)

CLICK HERE to fill out the DRMA Senior Membership Application

If you prefer to fill out a paper version of the DRMA Membership Application, please contact Shay