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Partner Program Deadline: February 28

The Partner Program closes on February 28

[clear] The Partner Program is a sponsorship program that offers you additional benefits throughout the year due to your sponsorship commitment. Click here for the individual partner level benefits.

Every year, the Oregon-Columbia Chapter offers high quality, focused events and professional development opportunities within the construction industry, which offer you the following benefits:

  • Reach over 800 member companies
  • Grow brand recognition
  • Maximize your marketing efforts
  • Customizable partnership packages
Northside Ford Trucks at the Annual Business Meeting Industry Showcase
AGC Partner Northside Ford Trucks at the Annual Business Meeting Industry Showcase

[clear] Becoming a partner is easy!

Click here for a short step-by-step guide.
Click here for the 2017 Partner Agreement.

For a complete list of partner benefits and sponsorship opportunities review the 2017 Partner Program Book.

Your partnership demonstrates your company’s dedication to the construction industry. You also gain brand recognition, reinforcing your company’s positive positioning in the minds of construction executives. We greatly appreciate your support!

Accociated General Contractors Oregon-Columbia Chapter 2017 Annual Business Meeting, January 27, 2017; Portland, OR.
AGC Partner Star Rentals at the Annual Business Meeting Industry Showcase

[clear] Questions?

Contact Viktoria Schulz, Events Specialist, 503-685-8314 [hr]

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