Current Interest: SRBA Welcomes Two New Members

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September-October 2011

The Scottish Rite Business Alliance (SRBA) allows Scottish Rite members and friends to purchase quality products and services at competitive prices while helping raise funds for our House of the Temple Historic Preservation Foundation, Inc. The items offered by the Alliance vary from premium food items to Masonic regalia.

The SRBA is pleased to welcome two new members: Motel 6 and e-Monitoring Services.

Motel 6 is offering a very special deal to all active Scottish Rite members. Members will receive a 5% discount when they stay at a participating Motel 6. You simply provide the Scottish Rite account code when you book your room. For every member who stays at a Motel 6 under this program, Motel 6 will give a 5% rebate to the House of the Temple Historic Preservation Foundation, Inc. So, you can benefit the Temple as well as yourself by staying at Motel 6 when you travel. Click the following link for the Scottish Rite account code and to check out all the Business Alliance Members.

We are also pleased to announce that e-Monitoring Services is joining the Business Alliance. Their President, Bro. Thomas M. Anderson, 32°, is offering Scottish Rite members two significant health related products, Personal Emergency Response System (PERS) and Automated Medication Dispenser. e-Monitoring Services will donate 10% of the monthly subscription proceeds to the House of the Temple Historic Preservation Foundation, Inc., for every enrolled subscriber. For more information, visit the Scottish Rite Web site noted above.

Other Scottish Rite Business Alliance Members:

  • Gourmet Foods Fundraiser
  • Masonic Aprons & Regalia
  • Travel Planners of Lakeridge
  • HomeSmart Real Estate
  • US Bank
  • Old Town Realty
  • Round the World Travel
  • Fratline
  • Beckendorf Realty Group
  • Thompson Environmental Consulting
  • Zen Motorcycle
  • Hershel’s Custom Signs & Graphics
  • Larsen Woodworking
  • Wells Fargo Investments Advisors

—By Jeri E. Walker