As a way to both show gratitude and demonstrate good-faith efforts to eliminate underrepresentation, the NRCIA offers a special discount on membership dues. Our discounts are stackable, so that means you can get this special discount on top of your 3-year subscription discount!
Non-profits or member-owners who are minority, women, persons with a disability covered by the ADA, military, or first responders qualify for a special 10% discount on all membership dues. We’ll apply the discount after we verify everything.
STEP 1: Email us with a copy of your discount-related paperwork. We’d love to help you!
STEP 2: Call our office at (888) OUR-ROOF right after your email us to apply your discount and finalize your registration.
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How is “Member-Owner” defined?
A “member-owner” is a business whose qualified owner(s) unconditionally owns at least 51 percent, or in the case of any publicly-owned businesses, owns at least 51 percent of the stock. One or more qualified owners must control the management and daily business operations.
How is “Minority” defined?
According to EEOC guidelines, “minority” is used to mean four particular groups who share a race, color or national origin. These groups are American Indian or Alaskan Native, Asian or Pacific Islander, Black, and Hispanic. Women are not classified as a minority, but they are considered as having “minority status” as far as the law is concerned.
How is “Disability” defined?
As defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, a “person with a disability” is someone with a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, such as walking, seeing, hearing, or concentrating.
How is “Military” defined?
“Military” is a person who is on active duty, a retiree, or a veteran from the United States Armed Forces or Reserves during a period specified, or a military dependent (i.e., spouse, child, or parent) thereof.
How is “First Responder” defined?
“First responder” is a person who is a present member, volunteer, or pensioned retiree of an eligible first responder organization, or a dependent (i.e., spouse, child, or parent) of a first responder who’s been killed in the line of duty. An eligible first responder can be a state or local firefighter or volunteer firefighter, a state or local law enforcement professional, an active EMT, a paid or volunteer ambulance driver, paramedic, or other emergency medical personnel first on the scene of an accident or natural disaster, a member of a Search and Rescue organization, or a 911 operator.
If you’ve already been paying for an NRCIA membership, we can’t refund, prorate, or discount payments made before your discount started. We reserve the right to end the discount program due to chronic abuse or other circumstances. If we do, anyone who is already participating will continue to have their discounts applied. We just won’t offer up new discounted accounts.