opinion

Performers Can Join for Half-Off Until New Years: We Want You!

Diane Duke

Free Speech Coalition (FSC), the adult industry trade association, is pleased to offer all adult industry performers a special half-off membership rate if they join FSC by New Year’s Day 2011.

“Right now, there’s a lot going on in the industry and we want to make sure performers have a place to get involved,” FSC Membership Director Joanne Cachapero said.

“FSC wants to be an information hub for all industry members — information is power,” she added. “Also, it’s important to have a voice on issues that affect the industry. We want performers to feel like they can participate and be part of FSC. They are the backbone of our industry, so this is a good way for FSC to say ‘thanks.’”

An individual professional level membership in FSC is regularly $50 a year. From now until New Year’s, the rate for performers will be $25.

“That’s the price of a few lattes and lunch,” Cachapero said. “It’s a great way to show your support for the industry. The money goes to funding the FSC does with CalOSHA/workplace safety, anti-piracy efforts and fighting the .XXX domain.”

FSC members receive a weekly e-newsletter, free legal referral, networking and special event opportunities, access to the “member’s only” area of the FSC website and Facebook “member’s only” page, as well as discount offers on other member’s benefits.

Performers that are interested in joining can call the FSC office for more information, at (818) 348-9373, or contact joanne@freespeechcoalition.com. Membership applications can be processed over the phone or by mail.

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