Apr 10, 2011

It's that time of year again! Time to pick up your shiny new CFCR membership card. This year's membership drive is extra special, as we're recognizing the 25th Anniversary of the Community Radio Society of Saskatoon (CRSS), the hard-working bunch that would go on to invent CFCR.

To commemorate this milestone, we're introducing our brand new silver membership card for the 2011-2012 year! Memberships are just $25 per year, or $10 with a valid student ID.

Although membership drive doesn't officially start until Friday, April 1st, you can get your card now and let the savings begin! As usual, this year's card features a 10% discount at a whole whack of local retailers. Check out the list below: 

BOB Headquarters

Early's Farm & Garden

Pacific Billiards

Broadway Shoe Repair

Earth Bound Bakery & Deli

Trading Post

Broadway Theatre

Flowers By Fred

Unreal City

Cava Caffe

Optika Eclectic Eyewear

World Of Water (8th Street)

Doug's Spoke & Sport

Mendel Gallery Shop



There are lots of ways you can pick up a CFCR membership card:

1. Drop by the station at 267 3rd Ave S, on the 3rd Floor. We accept cash, cheque, Visa and MasterCard.
2. If you can't make it to our beautiful downtown office, you can mail a cheque to us at: 

267 3rd Ave S
Saskatoon, SK
S7K 4L4

3. Purchase your membership here using Visa, MasterCard or PayPal and we'll mail your card right to your door!
4. Visit us at one of the following Membership Drive locations:

Saturday, April 2nd
9am -11am @ Earth Bound Bakery & Deli (1820 8th St. E)
11 am - 4pm @ Broadway Theatre (715 Broadway Ave)

Sunday, April 3rd
2pm-4pm @ The Mendel Art Gallery lobby (950 Spadina Cr. E)

Saturday, April 9th
11am-3pm @ Unreal City (139 2nd Ave. N)
3pm -7 pm @ Pacific Billiards (609 1st Ave. N)

5. You can get your membership year-round by visiting our friends at Unreal City

So don't delay, get your CFCR membership and start saving... today!

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