What It Means To Have an AARP Card
To have an AARP card means that you are a member of an influential American organization, but it also offers the cardholder many benefits, such as travel discounts, hotel discounts and other price breaks. Find out more about the benefits to being an AARP member with information from the communications director of the North Carolina AARP in this free video on financial services.
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If you're carrying an AARP card, first of all you know that you are a member of one of the most influential organizations in this country in terms of speaking out on behalf of those age 50 and above. Of course that card will open the door to a lot of travel discounts, a lot of hotel discounts, a lot of benefits and good pricing breaks on a lot of things but that's not the most important thing. Most of all you know that you're 1 of 39 million Americans who is associated with this organization that's out trying to serve the community from the national right down to the grassroots level providing community service, providing volunteerism, providing information and education on just a whole range of topics. So in the end, carrying that AARP card says I'm 1 of 39 million member contingent around the country that's interested in aging issues and I'm a part of an organization that serves the community in every conceivable area in information and education, in volunteerism, in trying to make life better for everyone and there's a strong powerful voice at the national level speaking up in behalf for me and others age 50 plus.