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86 CLUB

Cement your lifelong commitment to Sigma Lambda Beta by contributing joining our lifetime dues program.

What is the 86 Club?

The 86 Club is an initiative by the 2016-18 Executive Board of Directors that will help fulfill the goal of Alumni Support. The Founders and Alpha Classes' investments of $1,986, allowed the Fraternity to hire a Director of Donor Development. Their focus is to raise money for the Fraternity in hopes of not solely relying on undergraduate dues. This new income generated will help fund new staff positions like the Director of Alumni which will be the dedicated staff member for Alumni, Alumni Networks, and Associations. The Director of Donor Development will also help fund fraternity programs such as Betacon and Leadership Institute.

The 86 Club is an “elected dues structure” that comes with tangible perks and gifts, along with the intrinsic value of knowing that your gift helped the fraternity get to the next level. The 86 Club will consist of a class each year of its existence, beginning with the Founder's Class. A Brother who contributes the full amount of $1,986 by April 4th will be considered a member of that year's class.

The 86 Club will be the catalyst that allows our Alumni membership to grow and thrive, while at the same time helping our undergraduate Brothers in their programs and events.

 
READY TO CEMENT YOUR COMMITTMENT?
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86 CLUB PAYMENT MILESTONES

Below is an outline of the 86 Club’s new Tier Structure which will allow members to receive benefits as they pay.

 
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$330

  • Diploma Quality Certificate

  • Membership Card

$660

86 Club Pin

$990

86 Club Challenge Coin

$1,320

  • Exclusive SLB Key

  • Free Access to House of Delegates Gallery

$1,650

  • Free Ticket to the Betacon Banquet

  • Exclusive Invite to ’86 Club Brunch at Betacon 

$1,986

  • Chance to Nominate/Win the ’86 Club Member of the Year Award 

Frequently asked questions

How do i purchase a Memoride license


You can choose the license best suited to your organisation's need on the pricing page. There you can select the license that most interests you. Click the button and you will be directed to the product page of this license. There you can select how many licenses you need and your prefered way of payment - either monthly or yearly.




What is included in the purchase of a license


Included in all licenses is the right to acces the Memoride platform. Depending on the type of license you get more, or less cycling time or KM and more or less freedom while using the platform.

Always included in any type of license is the movement sensor .Which is shipped to you for free after the purchase is made.
If you choose a PREMIUM subscription, included in the license are a tablet with the Memoride platform installed as an app, the motion sensor, a tablet holder, a Memoride bag and a wireless connector to connect the tablet via bluetooth to a larger screen




How long is my license valid


All licenses are purchased for 1 year. Either payed in monthly installments or paid in full for a year. Subscription cancellations can be done at any time after the first year.




Can I use my own routes multiple times, or can I use it only once with the credits I get in my license


Memoride can be purchased with or without the hardware. When purchasing the hardware, you can build a "cached" database. This means that you can create own routes or select existing routes and use them as many times as you like, after the first purchase. If you do not buy the Memoride tablet, you do not get acces to a database, and you will always have to pay with KM(credits) for the original route For example: License START - 12,5Km/ (50minutes) month cycling credits You create a route of 5km - these KM's are deducted from your monthly cycling credits You have used up 5Km and have 7,5Km left. With the Memoride hardware, you can put this route into it's database - this means that after the first deduction of 5km off of the 12,5km/month credits, this route becomes "Free". Meaning next month this route can be used, without a deduction of 5km credit off of your monthly credits. As such over time with the Memoride tablet, you can create a "Free" cycling database of 100's of free personalised routes.




Where do I find set-up instructions?


You can find video's, instruction manuals and more here on the help and instructions page.





 

86 CLUB LIFETIME MEMBERS

The following Brothers are fully vested members of Sigma Lambda Beta’s 86 Club. We would like to thank these Brothers for their contribution to the future of the fraternity. 

FOUNDER'S CLASS (2018)

  • David Ayento, Kappa

  • Steve Galvan, Epsilon

  • Edwin Martinez, Omicron

  • Angel Arroyo, Upsilon Delta

  • Honorable Diego Back, Beta Beta 

  • Caden Gillespie, Chi Beta

  • Joshua Menchaca, Psi Alpha

  • Jason Smolka, Omicron

  • Juan Eligio, Jr, Nu Gamma

ALPHA CLASS (2019)

  • Christopher Acevedo, Psi

BETA CLASS (2020)

  • Julio Arevalo, Alpha

  • Honorable Mario Rueda, Eta 

  • Jorge Perez De Jesus, Beta

  • Derrick Wills, Phi Epsilon 

  • Timothy Wightman, Alpha 

  • Brian Castro, Omicron 

GAMMA CLASS (2021)

  • Kenneth Eremita, Psi Alpha

  • Kyle McElroy, Lambda Gamma

  • Mike Vargas, Beta

  • Michael Woo, Zeta 

DELTA CLASS (2021)

  • Chason Anderson, Iota Gamma

  • Honorable Derrick Jones, Nu Beta

 

86 CLUB CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS

The following Brothers have begun contributions to the 86 Club. We look forward to when they are fully vested members.

  • Roberto Ceballos, Upsilon

  • Eduardo Cedillo, Michigan State University Colony and McAllen Metro Alumni Network

  • Gary Galván, Exotic Epsilon

  • Daraius Guthridge, Theta Gamma 

  • Santos Gutierrez, Eastern Michigan University Chapter

  • Juan Gutierrez, Tau (In memoradam Eled Herrera Theta Alpha)

  • JD Herndon, Psi 

  • Marcus Jackson, Epsilon 

  • Jose Maldonado, Iota Delta

  • Leo McAfee, Lambda Delta 

  • Daniel Mendez, Alpha 

  • Sammy A. Publes, Epsilon 

  • Benjamin Robles, Phi Alpha

  • Austin Rodill, Omicron Alpha 

  • Cruz M. Rodriguez, Epsilon Gamma

  • Rob Santos, New York University

  • Victor Seca-Diaz, Chi Beta 

  • Matthew Sotelo, Arizona Alumni Network

  • Juan Telles, Alpha Beta 

  • Emmanuel Thomas, Pi 

  • Andrew Walton, Central Michigan University 

  • Sam Zamarron, Eastern Michigan University 

  • Angel Avalos, Beta

  • Johnatan Rivera, Phi Beta