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Membership Benefits

AGC's Membership Discount Program

This program provides members access to high-quality services, cutting-edge technology and top-of-the-line products. From discounts on vehicles to office supplies to cloud-based construction management solutions, AGC has partnered with some of the best to give you the most for your money and improve your daily business operations.

When it comes to your company's bottom-line, your membership in AGC pays dividends. These value added discounts will give you the competitive advantage over your competition.

Room Rental

Need a space to hold a training or meeting?  Look no further than the AGCOK Tulsa and OKC office.  Available to our member companies, is access to our training and conference rooms that can accompany any group size.  This is a completely FREE benefit to our members.  If you are interested in renting our space, please contact Lany Milner at Lany.milner@agcok.com or 405-528-4605 to reserve your space today!

Why Join?

Belonging to trade or professional organizations is as important to a business as developing products and services for their clients and customers. The money invested in the inventory of trade and professional organization memberships can return much more than the annual investment of dues.​

#1: Local Level

Rather than thinking that competitors will discover “our/my secret formula,” a member will learn that others have similar attitudes and problems. An association acts as a forum to bring people together. The purpose is to raise the level of expertise and quality of service for the good of the industry and, more important, for the good of each business’s customers and clients. In addition, by keeping one’s eyes and ears open one will find that there is much useful information floating around. When talking and meeting with one’s competitors, “listening between the lines” is a very important skill to nurture.

#2: Attend Regional & National Meetings

Here one can talk about business problems without the fear of letting secrets out of the bag. In some cases, successful business people set regularly scheduled discussions with their counterparts from other cities to discuss problems and ideas without hurting their local advantages. Because there is no threat to one’s business, each is more open to talk about their successes and failures.

#3: Member Protection

Most associations have taken on the role of being the eyes and ears of its members. We act as a watchdog over legislative and regulatory bodies that makes laws and rules that could be detrimental to their industry.

#4: Keeping You Informed

Most associations have newsletters that keep their membership up-to-date on the latest methods, solutions to problems, products, and services.
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