NCGA members can save at Bass Pro Shops, Cabela's

NCGA members can save at Bass Pro Shops, Cabela's

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Members of the National Corn Growers Association can now save at Bass Pro Shop and Cabela's thanks to a new partnership announced Thursday. 

NCGA members now get up 30 percent off and can also get the NCGA logo branded on Cabela's and Bass Pro clothing for free. 

Here is how to get the discount, from the official release

  • For product selection, please visit www.basspro.com or www.cabelas.com,
  • Discount will be applied when you contact Bass Pro Shops-Cabela’s Business Sales team through the toll-free number 1-800-243-6626.
  • Specify that you would like to place the order through the National Corn Growers Association Member Program, using the Customer ID # of 38751073
  • Specify items, sizes, and colors, along with quantities needed.
  • Standard shipping will be added to orders.
  • The standard return policy will apply. Customized products cannot be returned unless defective.
  • Already discounted gift cards cannot be used as a form of payment for new discounted orders.
  • Free logo set up is available with the membership discount. For more information, please contact outfit@cabelas.com.
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