Will Rogers Memorial Museums Adds Exciting New Benefits for Members
The Will Rogers Memorial Museums has launched a new Membership Program for families, individuals and businesses — and added an exciting new partnership with the North American Reciprocal Museum Association (NARM).
“We are thrilled to announce our new Membership Program and this is a great way to support and enjoy the Museum and our member benefits are better than ever,” said Tad Jones, Will Rogers Memorial Museums executive director.
The new partnership with the NARM will allow members free access to more than 700 museums around the country.
Participating NARM museums in this area are Woolaroc in Bartlesville, Philbrook and Gilcrease in Tulsa, Fred Jones Museum of Art in Norman, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, and Crystal Bridges in Bentonville, Ark. (For a full listing of participating museums go to www.narmassociation.org.
“If you love to travel, by being a Premier Member you can not only support the Will Rogers Memorial Museums, but also visit hundreds of museums around the country for free,” Jones said.
Basic Will Rogers Membership benefits at all levels include:
*Free admission to Museum (number depending on level) and a $3 discount on all guests up to four per visit (accompanied by member),
*Subscription to Museum newsletter,
*Invitation to private events, previews and exhibits,
*10 percent discount in Museum store,
*Invitation to members’ picnic, and
*Recognition on website membership page.
“We are also very excited to introduce our new Business Membership Program,” said Jones. “Businesses can give their employees and customers a great gift and each benefit level offers the business an opportunity to use the Memorial or Ranch for an event.”
“We simply could not offer the services of the Museums to people all around the world without the support of our Members, and this new program will give members even more benefits than before,” said Jones.
Gift memberships and honorariums are also accepted.
Full details about membership levels and membership applications are available at the Memorial or you can go online to willrogers.com.