What Does APMA Do?

The Arizona Petroleum Marketers Association (APMA) is the state's trade association representing the petroleum marketing, convenience store and related industries. APMA's primary purpose is to protect and advance its members' legislative and regulatory interests in the state's and nation's capitols. Its secondary purpose is to provide members with networking, educational and social functions.

History

APMA dates back to 1967; it was founded to serve the common regulatory, legislative and educational needs of businesses engaged in the distribution of wholesale fuel, retail fuel and lube oils. In 2007, the group adopted its current structure as an independent state association. Over the past fifty years, APMA has grown in influence, numbers and stature.

Leadership

APMA is led by a volunteer group of industry Officers and Directors.

Board of Directors
Bylaws

Committees

APMA's Committees carry out the important work of the association. All members are strongly encouraged to join a Committee aligned with their interests.
Committee Options

Staff

APMA is staffed by its Executive Director, Amanda Gray.
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Antitrust

All of APMA's meetings and programs are designed to ensure conformity with its antitrust policy. As steward of this policy, all board members, meeting participants and staff are urged to be familiar with this policy and help APMA maintain its compliance.
Antitrust Policy