APMA connects you with industry leaders from all areas of the petroleum marketing industry who are willing to help you grow and adapt your business for even greater success. Become a better leader by surrounding yourself with other industry leaders.
Be involved so your voice and concerns are heard. APMA provides you with access to clarification on state legislation and regulations likely to impact the industry. Join fellow Arizona marketers with visits to Washington, DC, as part of our national association's Day on the Hill. Participate in the active APMA Legislative Committee and help shape our legislative priorities.
APMA members have exclusive access to valuable industry information both on the state and national levels. This includes daily information online, weekly email updates and quarterly subscription to the Fuel Monitor magazine.
Benefit from focused, membership-driven topics at each monthly membership meeting. Learn from valuable workshops, seminars, and speakers on a variety of industry topics, including safety, finance, legal issues, and human resources at APMA's three-day annual conference. Attend individual safety sessions that address specific petroleum-related risks. There is plenty of time for questions during meetings to allow members to take the information they received and better understand how it applies to their unique business and situation.
Join APMA for a meeting and luncheon event on Tuesday, July 18, 2017 from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm at the Drury Inn in Flagstaff, AZ.
Presentations will include a legislative recap and more.
Join APMA for a meeting and luncheon event on Tuesday, May 9, 2017 from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm at the Phoenix Country Club.
This will be our Annual Membership Meeting. Presentations will include a legislative update and more.
Join APMA for a meeting and luncheon event on Tuesday, February 28, 2017 from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm at the Phoenix Country Club.
Presentations will include a legislative update and more.
Industry News for May 17, 2017
Industry News for May 3, 2017
Menu Labeling Rule Delayed
This week, the FDA released a notice that extends compliance and enforcement of the menu labeling rule until May 7, 2018. FDA enforcement of the menu labeling rule was expected to begin on May 5, 2017. The delay is good news for convenience store owners as it allows more time for Congress or the Administration to correct the onerous requirements.
In the interim rule, FDA explains the delay “enable[s] us to consider how we might further reduce the regulatory burden or increase flexibility while continuing to achieve our regulatory objectives, in keeping with the Administration’s policies.” The delay of the rule is consistent with the executive orders that the President has released that are designed to reduce regulatory burdens.
Industry News for April 13, 2017
Fuels Institute Issues New E85 Analysis
The Fuels Institute has released an updated analysis of the E85 market, titled Retailing E85: An Analysis of Market Performance, July 2014 – August 2015. It provides an analysis of the E85 retail market over a 13-month period from 620 retail locations.
Download full report or summary here.
APMA Scholarship Foundation Awards $52,000 in Scholarships
The Arizona Petroleum Marketers Association is thrilled to announce that the APMA Scholarship Foundation (“the Foundation”) has made its 2017 scholarship awards to eleven students worth $52,000 if eligibility requirements are satisfied.
“That is significantly more than what some national petroleum associations are giving out in scholarship dollars,” said Foundation President Dave Alexander of Caljet. “We are pleased to be able to provide financial assistance to worthy students investing in their futures.”
Since its inception in 2007, the APMA Scholarship Foundation has paid out over $250,000 in scholarship awards.
APMA Election Outcomes
APMA’s recently elected Officers and Directors for the July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2019 period include the following Officers and Directors.
APMA Celebrates 50th Anniversary!
2017 marks a milestone anniversary for APMA – the association started 50 years ago. In 1967, a group of oil jobbers sought to improve their businesses and their industry by coming together. Today, more than 125 member companies support APMA.
Those who have been around the industry throughout that time have seen and survived enormous change.
In the upcoming year, stay tuned for some glimpses down memory lane from APMA member companies. If you have photographs or other memories to share, please contact Amanda.