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Thread: How hard is a yellow badge to get for NAMM?

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    Senior Member captdg's Avatar
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    How hard is a yellow badge to get for NAMM?

    Asking for a friend who owns his own shop..PROMISE I wont come HA!

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    You have to know a NAMM member and ask for the pass. I think at this point, any additional passes are going to cost the member some money if they want to acquire them at this late in the game.

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    Senior Member vchizzle's Avatar
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    I believe I saw $20. But you still need to know a member right?

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    The deadline for new badges is long gone, so you'll have to a) find someone with a spare pass that's going unused and b) pay the $25 name change fee on it.
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