Sponsorship Levels

beachMany of the AMC sponsors conduct business in Mexico and have cultivated vital relationships with their counterparts. Through their annual sponsorship, these companies have been able to leverage the AMC’s work and advance their own interests. Over the greater part of our 50-year history, many of our sponsors have participated in carrying out our mission.

Levels of Sponsorship

Copper Sponsorship – $1,250

  • Includes 3 AMC memberships
  • Sponsor recognition at all AMC events

Bronze Sponsorship – $3,500

  • Includes 4 AMC membership
  • Listing and logo in our publications and website
  • 2 complimentary registrations and annual sponsor recognition at the Arizona plenary

Silver Sponsorship – $5,000

  • Includes 6 AMC memberships
  • Profile and listing in publications and a link on AMC website
  • 3 complimentary registrations, sponsor recognition, exhibit booth at Arizona plenary

Platinum Sponsorship – $10,000

  • Includes 10 AMC memberships
  • Company logo and link on AMC website, ½ page color ad and article highlighting your company in our publications
  • 5 complimentary registrations, sponsor recognition, exhibit booth, one invitation to private receptions, a presented award plaque, and 5 reserved dinner seats at the Arizona plenary

Diamond Sponsorship – $12,500

  • Includes 10 AMC memberships
  • Company logo and link on AMC website, 1 full-page color ad, and an article highlighting your company in our publications
  • 5 complimentary registrations, annual sponsor recognition, exhibit booth, one invitation to private receptions, a presented award plaque, and 5 reserved dinner seats at the Arizona plenary
  • 3 complimentary registrations to the Sonora plenary

*Note that each level of sponsorship also receives all membership benefits. 

To see Membership Levels, please click HERE

Accomplishments

water advocatesWhere: Arizona-Sonora
What: AMC Advocates for Water
Pillars: Advocacy
The Central Arizona Project (CAP) was halted by action of the Executive Department of the United States in 1973. This federal reclamation project to supplement water in Arizona had already been authorized. It had funding. It was partially completed. AMC petitioned and urged the President of the United States and the Department of the Interior to reconsider. Construction of the project resumed and was substantially completed in 1994. CAP now manages the single largest renewable water supply in Arizona, serving approximately 1.8 million people in the state.