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How to Join the NRLA

Two Types of Membership

Retail Membership

Any organization with its principal place of business within the states of Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, D.C., or adjoining states, may become a Retail Member if:

  • Its facility includes an office, storage yard or warehouse
  • Its facility is kept open during business hours
  • It carries an inventory of lumber and building materials or millwork to sell in small or large quantities to the general public (including the professional trades) and not exclusively or primarily for its own consumption.

Retail Membership application
(Adobe PDF File)

Associate Membership

Any person or organization actively supplying lumber or building materials or services to the Retail Members, or any Retail Member who retires from the lumber and building material industry, may become an Associate Member of NRLA. Associate Memberships are not transferable. A person or organization eligible for membership both as a Retail Member and an Associate Member may not become an Associate Member until the requirements for Retail Membership have been satisfied.

Associate Membership Application
(Adobe PDF File)
Associate Membership Brochure
(Adobe PDF File)
Associate Membership Testimonials
(Adobe PDF File)

To learn more about Retail or Associate Membership, contact us at 800.292.6752