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Gavel Alaska Sponsors

 
Gavel Alaska is made possible by generous support from many public spirited Alaska businesses and organizations. To learn how you can sponsor Gavel Alaska, call us at 907-586-1670 or send an e-mail message.

Our major sponsor is the City and Borough of Juneau, which has supported Gavel to Gavel Alaska since we started in 1994.

2012 sponsors include:

AARP
http://www.aarp.org
With more than 95,000 members in Alaska, AARP is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for all as we age.  We lead positive social change and deliver value to members through information, advocacy and service.
ANSEP
http://www.ansep.net
Every ANSEP student, regardless of where they live, can earn the Alaska Performance Scholarship in the Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program – ANSEP.
AASB
http://www.aasb.org
The Association of Alaska School Boards – helping local school districts provide a quality education focused on student achievement.
The Alaska Committee
http://www.alaskascapital.com
Working to improve access to state government and to make Juneau a better capital city.
Alaska Communications
http://www.alaskacommunications.com
Alaska is the most important place on earth.
Alaska Mental Health Trust
http://www.mhtrust.org
A catalyst for change and improvement in the state’s mental health system.
Anglo American
http://www.angloamerican.com
Anglo American-Real Mining, Real People, Real Difference. Proud partner of the Pebble Partnership.
Alaska Conference of Mayors
http://www.akml.org
Supporting access to all government for all Alaskans.
Alaska Cruise Association
http://www.akcruise.org
An Alaska-based, not-for-profit organization, established to build strong partnerships between local businesses, communities, and cruise companies.
Alaska Power Association
http://www.alaskapower.org
Representing the electric utilities that provide power to a majority of Alaskans from Barrow to Unalaska, though the Interior and Southcentral, and down the Inside Passage.
Alaska Business Report Card Group
http://www.alaskabusinessreportcard.com
The Alaska Chamber, Alaska Support Industry Alliance, Prosperity Alaska and the Resource Development Council, seeking champions for Alaska’s economic future.
ASEA
http://www.afscmelocal52.org
The Alaska State Employees Association – a union of 8,200 state and municipal employees living and working in more than 100 communities across Alaska – Alaskans Working For Alaska!
AT&T
http://www.att.com
A union of 8,800 state and municipal employees living and working in more than 100 communities across Alaska – Alaskans Working For Alaska!
BP
http://alaska.bp.com
Helping to unlock Alaska’s resource potential.
Bartlett
http://www.bartletthospital.org
Providing quality, patient-centered health care for the people of Juneau and Southeast Alaska.
Bristol Bay Native Corporation
http://www.bbnc.net
Generations of jobs, heritage, and history. Bristol Bay—a place that’s always been.
Conoco-Phillips
http://www.conocophillips.com
Alaska’s oil and gas company.
GCI
http://www.gci.com/
We are all connected.
Hays Research Group
http://www.haysresearch.com
Providing independent public opinion research solutions for Alaska.
IBEW Local 1547
http://www.ibew1547.org
the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 1547 – nearly 5,000 men and women proudly serving Alaska for over 60 years.
Juneau Chamber of Commerce
http://www.juneauchamber.com
Supporting economic diversity and responsible and sustainable development, and encouraging Alaskans to look local first when buying goods and services.
NEA Alaska
http://www.neaalaska.org
13,000 teachers and support professionals working to create a bright future for Alaska’s children and all Alaskans.
The Pebble Partnership
http://www.pebblepartnership.com
Jobs for Alaskans. Opportunities for Alaska.
UAA
http://www.uaa.alaska.edu
One of the state’s largest employeers and a leader in producing qualified workforce candidates for jobs all over Alaska. UAA…good for students; good for the community and state.