ILLINOIS FARM BUREAU MEMBERS SAVE MORE THAN $3.8 MILLION BY UTILIZING MEMBER BENEFITS
BLOOMINGTON, Ill. — Illinois Farm Bureau members proved membership has its benefits last year, saving more than $3.8 million by utilizing member benefits offered through the organization.
“It just goes to show that those membership cards aren’t getting buried in wallets and purses,” said Melissa Rhode, membership and program director, Illinois Farm Bureau. “The Illinois Farm Bureau provides big savings on a host of products and services, including machinery, vehicles, healthcare purchases, travel and hotels. As members have shown this year, those savings can total in the millions of dollars.”
Companies offering savings to Illinois Farm Bureau members include, but are not limited to, Case IH, Ford, Caterpillar, Six Flags, Great Wolf Lodge, Choice and Wyndham Hotels, Polaris and ADT.
“Illinois Farm Bureau offers more than 30 discounts and complimentary services or products to our members only,” Rhode said. “We’re extremely proud to partner with these excellent companies to offer our members these discounts on products and services they use every day.”
To explore the complete list of Illinois Farm Bureau member benefits, visit www.ilfb.org and click on the ‘Get Involved’ tab, followed by ‘Member Benefits.’ To join the Illinois Farm Bureau, contact your local county Farm Bureau, or visit the Illinois Farm Bureau website at www.ilfb.org.
The Illinois Farm Bureau is a member of the American Farm Bureau Federation, a national organization of farmers and ranchers. Founded in 1916, IFB is a non-profit, membership organization directed by farmers who join through their county Farm Bureau. IFB has a total membership of more than 400,000 and a voting membership of more than 82,000. IFB represents three out of four Illinois farmers.