AML manages a diverse group of association clients, from lighting management companies to qualified intermediaries/1031 exchange companies, economic developers to well drillers, chiropractors to rural electric and telephone cooperatives, and defense attorneys to public airports.
Our current clients include international, national and state associations, representing 600 company members and 2,800 individual members.
Since 1989, The Federation of Exchange Accommodators (FEA) is the only national trade association organized to represent professionals who conduct like-kind exchanges under Internal Revenue Code §1031. Members include Qualified Intermediaries (QIs), their primary tax and legal counsel, and affiliated industries (TIC sponsors, banks, real estate brokers, title companies, settlement/escrow agents, etc.). FEA and AML have been partners since 2013.
The Iowa Defense Counsel Association (IDCA) was founded in 1964 with the express purpose of improving our civil justice system. This encompasses efforts to support proposals within the legislature and the court system which are designed to maintain a fair balance between plaintiffs and defendants, and at the same time avoid excessive, unreasonable, and emotional verdicts that are so costly to the public at large. IDCA members consist of defense lawyers in large/small law firms and insurance companies. IDCA and AML have been partners since 2001.
Founded in 1984, the Iowa Public Airports Association (IPAA) is dedicated to providing service to all publicly owned airports in the State of Iowa. Specifically, the association's purpose is to facilitate public information and the free exchange of information pertaining to airport facilities, infrastructure and activities. Airport membership in IPAA is open to public airports in Iowa, which are owned or operated by aviation authorities, commissions, governmental agencies or boards. IPPA and AML have been partners since 2000.
Since 1953, the interNational Association of Lighting Management Companies (NALMCO) has represented the lighting management industry by providing an industry-wide forum for the exchange of ideas and experience. NALMCO is a trade association made up of lighting management companies and lighting professionals dedicated to delivering services, information and industry relationships for the benefit of its members and their customers. NALMCO has approximately 135 member companies internationally who benefit from an annual convention and trade show, a quarterly member magazine, an annual membership directory and nationally recognized certification programs. NALMCO and AML have been partners since 1998.
The National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers (NASGW) was organized in 1953 and incorporated in 1954. The Association was originally identified as the Sporting Goods Jobbers Association. In 1962 the name was officially changed, and manufacturers and reps were invited to join as Associate members. The NASGW is the organizer and sponsor of the industry's former Hunting Show, now known as the NASGW Annual Meeting/Expo Event. This annual event provides an unmatched educational, marketing and communications opportunity for the hunting and shooting sports wholesaler, manufacturer and sales professional. The NASGW serves as a liaison with other sporting goods associations, including the National Sporting Goods Association (NSGA), The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), The Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation(CSF), The National Rifle Association (NRA), The National Assembly of Sportsmen's Caucuses, and is also a member of The National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors (NAW). NASGW and AML have been partners since 2017.
The National Rural Economic Developers Association (NREDA) was organized in 1988. Approximately 420 individual members from across the country belong to the Association. The primary purpose for the Association is professional development and networking of people in economic development. Their mission is to provide education, advocacy, and networking opportunities to rural and suburban utilities and affiliated organizations. NREDA has an annual conference, a regional seminar, a quarterly electronic newsletter and an active Website. Members find value in these benefits. NREDA and AML have been partners since 1995.
The Professional Developers of Iowa (PDI) was established in 1973. Members include economic development professionals working to grow and develop Iowa’s economic base. PDI’s approximately 300 members come from a variety of disciplines: county and regional developers, community developers, utilities, legal and financial firms, universities, community colleges, engineering and construction firms, and railroads. PDI and AML have been partners since 2003.
AML is ready to meet the professional management and service requirements of associations. AML’s clients share their experiences regarding AML’s capabilities.
interNational Association of Lighting Management Companies (NALMCO)
Vicki Wood - Past President
Tri-County Lighting Services, Inc.
1006 West Grove Avenue,
Orange, CA 92865
Office: (714) 288-1711 Ext. 102
Fred Fred Hauber, CLMC, CSLC, CLEP, CET - Past President
2020 Little Eagle Drive
Hammonton, NJ 08037
Office: (609) 703-9606
Federation of Exchange Accommodators (FEA)
Dave Brown - Past President
Iowa Property Exchange, LLC
6150 Village View Drive, Ste. 113,
West Des Moines, IA 50266
Office: (515) 279-1111
Iowa Defense Counsel Association (IDCA)
James P. Craig - Past President
Lederer Weston Craig, P.L.C.
118 Third Avenue,
Cedar Rapids, IA 52406
Office: (319) 365-1184
Professional Developers of Iowa (PDI)
Sandy Ehrig - Past President
Renew Rural Iowa/Iowa Farm Bureau Federation
5400 University Avenue,
West Des Moines, IA 50265
Office: (515) 225-5480
National Rural Economic Developers Association (NREDA)
Rand Fisher - President
Iowa Area Development Group
2700 Westown Parkway, Suite 425,
West Des Moines, IA 50266
Office: (515) 223-4817