Tennis Club: Using a members’ card to identify and create a sense of belonging

Published 06/30/2014
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Having recently inaugurated new premises requiring an access card to open the doors, this Angers tennis club decided to use a Badgy card printer to personalize cards for its 130 members.

  • Specifically how did they go about doing this?
  • What was the benefit to them?


Specifically how did they go about doing this?


The door to the club opens using a contactless card system. The vendor of the door solution sold the tennis club a supply of blank cards previously encoded and printed with a number for the door system.
What’s more, because the French Tennis Federation no longer issues paper membership cards to its members, the Feneu tennis club decided to use the access cards to serve as FFT cards as well. The club manager, in charge of member registration, listed the name and address of each member in an Excel file and assigned each one a PIN number to open the doors.
Then she chose a card template from the Badgy template library, replaced the photo and logo with the colours of the club, and printed the cards with the Badgy printer.
The club was also able to promote their sponsor by printing the company logo on the back of the cards.

What was the benefit to them?


“Badgy allowed us to meet 3 objectives: providing club membership with a physical manifestation, creating a sense of belonging among club members, and using member identification as a security measure.”

This card helped create a sense of belonging among club members and gave them an FFT membership card. It also helps ensure that the people on the clay courts are actually club members.

 

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In this video, Ms Auffret, manager of the Feneu club, explains how they operate and the benefits they obtained from the Badgy solution.


This video is in French. For subtitles, click on “play”, then click the “cc” button and choose your language.

 

 

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