Join the Arizona Indian Gaming Association (AIGA) and put your name and business in front of Tribal leadership, decision-makers, and casino management by showing your support for Indian gaming in Arizona.
As an Associate Member of AIGA, you and your company will have the opportunity to meet Tribal leaders and network with casino executives at AIGA functions and the annual AIGA EXPO. Benefits include exposure of your business profile and logo on the AIGA website, timely bulletins on political developments, and insider news about Arizona Indian Country. Associate Members receive preferential status for AIGA EXPO, the Southwest’s foremost gaming and business summit & trade show.
Demonstrate your commitment to your clients and to Tribal Gaming in Arizona by becoming an Associate Member of AIGA.
The Arizona Indian Gaming Association represents Indian Tribes in Arizona representing 90% of the Indian people living in the state. AIGA membership includes both gaming and non-gaming tribes since our compact allows non-gaming tribes to benefit from gaming through machine transfers.
AIGA supports Indian gaming in Arizona allowing gaming to directly benefit Arizona tribes and the state by:
- Generating revenues to fund serious, unmet needs of tribes for health, welfare, education and infrastructure;
- Employing more than 21,000 Arizonans through direct and indirect jobs;
- Contributing more than $1 billion in revenue to the state through employee payroll taxes, contributions to cities, towns, counties and shared revenues;
- Purchasing almost 90% of goods and services from Arizona vendors which has a combined direct, indirect and induced impact of purchasing and hiring nearly $1 billion a year of gross state product.
Your membership in AIGA expands the breadth and scope of Tribal Gaming in Arizona.
|COMPANY TYPE||REVENUES (if applicable)||DUES|
|CASINOS AND GAMING EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS|
|Gaming Revenues||under $1 Million||$750.00|
|Gaming Revenues||$1 - $5 Million||$1,000.00|
|Gaming Revenues||$5 - $10 Million||$2,000.00|
|Gaming Revenues||over $10 Million||$3,000.00|
|FINANCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICES||$750.00|
|SUPPLIERS AND VENDORS|
|Annual Sales||under $1 Million||$250.00|
|Annual Sales||$1 - $5 Million||$500.00|
|Annual Sales||$5 - $10 Million||$750.00|
|Annual Sales||over $10 Million||$1,000.00|
|NON PROFIT/EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION||$500.00|
|NATIVE OWNED BUSINESS||$250.00|
|TRIBAL ORGANIZATIONS & ASSOCIATIONS||$300.00|
Arizona Indian Gaming Association represents 15 tribes representing Indian people living on reservations in Arizona. While four tribes are located near urban areas, most tribal lands are located in remote areas of Arizona.