"My tennis court is cracking and I really need an
expert to come fix it."
"We need a new set of track hurdles, and our long
jump pit could use some help too. Can you give me a referral?"
"Our school's soccer field looks bad and I need
to find someone who knows what to do."
"Our gym needs a new floor in the worst way. Who
do I call?"
thinking "Call me!," you're
exactly the person we're looking
for. ASBA routinely fields calls
from potential customers for our
members' services. And while
each of those callers receives a
copy of ASBA's Membership
Directory, there's a way you can
reach out to them directly.
Inquiry Program. Available to
members only is a list of all
the individuals who have called
ASBA and what they've asked for.
Sometimes, those people fill out
ASBA's form themselves using
(the form is available under
"Request Info" using the top
toolbar on the home page), and
sometimes, the callers actually
dial ASBA's number and speak to
a member of the staff.
as much information as they'll
give us: their name, phone
number, address, e-mail and a
detailed explanation of what
they're looking for.
information, then, gets added
into ASBAs database. All members
are eligible to access the list
at any given time. It's on the
"Members Only" section of the
site, which members can access
using the login and password
provided to them.
encourages its members to check
the job leads and customer
inquiries in the Members Only
section of the site at least
weekly (although more often is
even better). Can't remember
your user I.D. or password? Get
in touch with ASBA. Contact
Laura Izzo at
or Cynthia Jordan at