Is your name in the book of DOUG? Did it used to be in the book but has faded over time? Or have you been to a few meetings and are wondering why you should join?
In the TV show, The Good Place, there is a running gag about one person on Earth named Doug Forcett, who has figured out the afterlife and how to get into the Good Place. And towards the end of this season, Ted Danson’s character takes off with the book of DOUG.
On October 2nd, we will have a very good place for Oracle professionals as DOUG Training Day kicks off at the Grapevine Convention Center. But only those people in the book of DOUG will be allowed to attend. If your company sponsors you via a block 5-person or 10-person corporate sponsorship, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do what we can to assist you. If you have an independent sponsorship, you can check your status via the following link – https://doug.org/account/ – or from the Account dropdown under Member Resources.
And if you forgot your password, you can reset it via this direct link https://doug.org/wp-login.php?action=lostpassword. Just supply the email address that you used at sign-up and within minutes, you can reset your password and be back in business.
From within your Account, you can see your Membership status under the Memberships tab, along with any recent event registrations under the Orders tab. In the example below, I can see my active membership plus ones from past years,
However, if I had an inactive membership, it might appear like this. To reactivate, I can update my Credit Card info by clicking on Update and be charged for the specified membership via a secure Stripe checkout.
Of course, if you are new to DOUG or never been an official member before, there is an easy way. By going to https://doug.org/join-doug/, you can look over the various membership options and choose the one that is right for you.
Within the next week, DOUG will be invoicing companies that are due for renewals and the first of automated reminders will be going out as well. If you questions or issues, please contact us at email@example.com.