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Discussion: Idea for the Summit National ID card
|Nov. 27, 2007|
|Idea for the Summit National ID card|
I know I'm not the first but why can't we have a national ID card good for all associations. I would be willing to pay the required fees for SSUSA,SPA etc. all at once using one form. Drop the money in a lockbox or where ever and the designated administrative office handle dividing up the fee. I know this is a good idea because there is no rational explanation against it. Try this conversation have a recent senior explain to a 49 turning 50 in 2008 how to get his cards. That conversation should not take place. This is a conversation for Abbot and Costello (who's on first routine). I don't know if SPA officials or SSUSA or other officials read this stuff but it's the simple things in life that help.
|Nov. 30, 2007|
|Lecak , I thought there was a note in one of the SSUSA papers awhile back on this that their supposed to be "OK" between each assn. I know I have used my SSUSA also for NSA and the new one used at Huntsman. I Believe I also used it once at a USSSA tourney as well. I do not rebember if I have been to a SPA tourney.|
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