interRAI Fellows: Request for Marketing Copies

If you are an interRAI Fellow, you may request a limited number of deeply discounted "marketing copies" of interRAI manuals for distribution to prospective instrument adopters and customers. Marketing copies can be purchased for a cost of 60% discount off of the list price, plus shipping and handling, and are to be used in advancing the mission of the organization. Marketing copies are not for resale, personal or professional use, or use in training. Forms are excluded from this offer.

If you are interested in purchasing ebooks to use for marketing purposes, click here.

To request marketing copies of printed books, please follow these steps:

  1. Fill out the request form below, indicating title and quantity. Please use the “Comments” box to indicate specific version number and language or country-specific version.
  2. Be sure to provide your rationale in the "Comments & Rationale" box below to tell us to whom you plan to give the marketing copy or copies, why, and when. The more specific you are with your comments, the better interRAI will be able to assess the potential benefit to the organization.
  3. interRAI management will contact you with any questions or requests for clarification within two business days of your request; otherwise, your request will be reviewed and you will be notified of status within two days of receipt.
  4. After your request for marketing copies is approved, you will be sent an email message with further information/instructions from interRAI Catalog Customer Service.

This is an experimental program. We anticipate that Fellows may order a limited number of the books for this purpose; we appreciate your feedback and will be monitoring the program to learn from this effort. We reserve the right to alter or cancel this program at any time. We thank you for your efforts on behalf of interRAI.

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