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

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Platinum Sponsors

Arizona Diamondbacks   The University of Arizona

Gold Sponsors

Silver Sponsors

  • Arizona Commerce Authority
    AZ Commerce Authority
  • Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
    AZ Department of Environmental Quality
  • Arizona Department of Transportation
    AZ Department of Transportation
  • Arizona Office of Tourism
    AZ Office of Tourism
  • Heard Museum




  • Hudbay Minerals
  • Pima Association of Governments
    Pima Association of Governments
  • Pima County
    Pima County
  • Polsinelli



Copper Sponsors

    • AAA Arizona, Inc.
    • Agribusiness & Water Council of Arizona
    • Aviles & Alan Accounting & Tax Services, L.L.C.
    • City of Douglas
    • City of Nogales
    • City of San Luis
    • City of Yuma
    • DRG Technologies Inc.
    • El Dorado Holdings
    • Fresh Produce Association of the Americas
    • Friends of Public Radio Arizona
    • Gomez del Campo & Moreno LLP
  • Greater Yuma Economic Development
  • Greater Nogales/ Santa Cruz County Port Authority
  • Greater Yuma Port Authority
  • Kansas State Bank
  • Maricopa Association of Governments
  • Pacific Brokerage Company, Inc.
  • PICOR Commercial Real Estate, Inc.
  • Regional Center for Border Health
  • RL Jones Custom Brokers
  • Snell & Wilmer L.L.P.



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.