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OMCA is an organization that provides high value opportunities for their members to grow their business. OMCA is a strong inclusive network of interdependent businesses producing results greater than the sum of their individual parts. OMCA is an organization that cares deeply about providing the highest level of value and personal service for its members. It is the heart of OMCA that embraces the road to sustainable and progressive development of the industry by providing advocacy and education with the aid of technology to members across North America.
The four essential and fundamental pillars of the OMCA brand values are:
2019 marks OMCA’s 90th Birthday. OMCA could not have reached this milestone in its history without the many volunteer hours that have been put forth by its members serving on OMCA’s Board of Directors and various committees over the years. OMCA is proud of its achievements and is dedicated to progress into the future.
To enhance the growth and viability of our members’ organizations, and the safety and quality of industry services through education, awareness, and advocacy.
OMCA is a member-driven organization that is an indispensable business partner with our members.
The Association values its reputation for integrity. It expects its Directors, Officers, and members to exercise the utmost good faith in their business relationships. Although customs and standards of ethics may vary in different business environments, honesty and integrity must characterize business activities. Results are not to be achieved at the cost of violation of laws or regulations, or through unscrupulous dealings. The objectives of the Association are to support a high standard of industry service to the traveling public and to develop and maintain representation with the Government on behalf of its members.
The Association directs its board of Directors and Officers to strive for compliance with all applicable laws and regulations in conducting the affairs of its business. In some instances, laws and regulations may be ambiguous and difficult to interpret. The management of the Association has access to legal advice and should seek such advice, as it is necessary, in complying with the observance of all laws and regulations.
CLICK HERE to view OMCA’s Code of Ethics and Statement of Policy on the Integrity of the Association.