Annual Sponsors

We wish to thank our sponsors for their vital support for the Arizona-Mexico Commission and continuing efforts to promote cross border collaboration and mutual prosperity in Arizona, Sonora and all of Mexico.

Diamond Sponsors

APS               ASU               CPLC

 

SRPLOGOCfw    Tucson Electric Power

 

Platinum Sponsors

Freeport-McMoRan logoFW      The University of Arizona

Gold Sponsors


Arizona Diamondbacks
AZ DEPT

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Silver Sponsors

AZ Department of Environmental Quality

AZ Department of Transportation

Heard Museum Pima County

Polsinelli

Copper Sponsors

  • Agri-Business & Water Council of Arizona, Inc.
  • Ameresco, Inc.
  • American Traditions Realty
  • Apache Nitrogen Products, Inc.
  • Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • Arizona FTZ Services
  • Arizona Residential Utility Consumer Office
  • Aviles & Alan Accounting and Tax Services, L.L.C.
  • City of Douglas
  • City of Nogales
  • City of San Luis
  • City of Tucson
  • City of Yuma
  • Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR
  • El Dorado Holdings
  • Fresh Produce Association of Americas
  • Friends of Public Radio Arizona
  • Gomez Del Campo & Moreno LLP
  • Greater Nogales & Santa Cruz County Port Authority
  • Greater Yuma Economic Development (GYEDC)
  • Greater Yuma Port Authority (GYPA)
  • Greenberg Traurig
  • IAMSA Development Group
  • KS StateBank
  • Maricopa Association of Government (MAG)
  • Pacific Brokerage Company, Inc.
  • Pima Association of Governments (PAG)
  • Pinal County
  • Regional Center for Border Health
  • Rio Salado Community College
  • RL Jones Custom Brokers
  • Santa Cruz County Provisional Community College District
  • Snell & Wilmer, L.L.P.
  • Univision Arizona

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Deepwater PortsWhere: Guaymas, Sonora
What: Deepwater Port Expands Tourism and Trade
Pillars: Trade
In 1959, early AMC accomplishments included a survey of seaports that called attention to Guaymas, Sonora, as a port for future development. In 2004, an AMC Transportation Committee study investigated and assessed the viability of the Port of Guaymas as a potential maritime addition to the Canamex Corridor. In 2008, cruise ships began docking in the now deepwater port.