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Become a Preferred Partner

Our Members trust in our recommendations


Our members trust in our recommendations. As a result, we only choose to partner with premier organizations that align with our mission. Learn how to become a Preferred Partner.


Each prospective partner is thoroughly scrutinized to ensure they meet our rigorous standards and provide an innovative solution to meet the needs of our members. 


Our goal is to have a select list of partners committed to our mission and members. Learn about Preferred Partner benefits.

How to become a Preferred Partner.

1. Complete the form at the right.

Due to the number of inquiries we receive, please allow us up to two weeks to review and respond to your submission.

2. We will schedule a call.

If we are interested in exploring the relationship in more detail, we will schedule a call to learn more about your services and answer any questions you may have about partnering with AAP. We may request additional information such as a formalized proposal, marketing collateral, case studies or demonstrations, as needed.

3. We will make a determination.

Once we have gathered the necessary information, we will evaluate your proposal. If we determine the relationship is a fit for AAP Members, we will formalize the relationship with an agreement.

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Preferred Partner Benefits


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Your message, our influence.

Leverage our influence to get your message to AAP Members.

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A diverse demographic.

Reach a diverse demographic of passionate, forward-thinking owner-operators.


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Select what is right for you.

Several marketing packages to meet a variety of marketing objectives and budgets.

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Multiple advertising media opportunities.

Packages combine electronic communication and social media with traditional print.