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Take advantage of these BCA member’s only benefits designed to save you time and money! To enroll and start saving today, visit 1800members.com/bcal or call 1-800-MEMBERS (1-800-636-2377), M-F, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.


Save up to 36% on shipping services
Make the most of your membership and save up to 36% on UPS®shipping services. Save on a broad portfolio of services, including air, international, ground and freight. Put the power of logistics to work for you.

Save at least 75% with UPS Freight®
Members have exclusive access to UPS Freight shipping at a discounted rate. With solutions for regional, interregional and long-haul freight services, it’s easy to see why you should choose UPS Freight for all your LTL shipments greater than 150 lbs.

Save at least 70% on qualifying LTL shipments
Members can save at least 70% on qualifying LTL (less-than-truckload) shipments. YRC Freight offers flexible, efficient solutions, including comprehensive regional and national coverage with a full suite of guaranteed, expedited and specialized service.

Save on offices supplies and more!
Members benefit from savings on a wide variety of high-quality office supplies, including paper, organizational products, calendars and planners, ink and toner, computer accessories, cleaning and breakroom supplies, furniture and more.

 

BCA Members Receive Governor’s Trade Excellence Award

Recipients of the 2017 Governor’s Trade Excellence Awards pose in the Capitol’s Old House Chamber today. Eight companies including three BCA members were honored for their excellence in foreign trade. Presenting the awards were Lt. Gov. Kay Ivey, center, and Department of Commerce Secretary Greg Canfield, to her right. (Photo …

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Meet Stacia Robinson, Business Benefits Advisor and BCA Board Member

Stacia Robinson left the Air Force in 1991 with the rank of captain and bought the state’s first Business Network International franchise, created a benefits provider agency, and recently sold her BNI franchise to focus on The BeneChoice Companies LLC. The Denver native is now in her 27th year in …

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BEA Presents Impact Award to Alabama Power’s Zeke Smith

From left, the Rev. Jon Chalmers, President of Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School; Business Education Alliance of Alabama Finance Chairman Jay Love; Alabama Power Co. executive Vice President Zeke Smith; BEA Chairman and President Joe Morton, Ph.D.; State Rep. Rod Scott, D-Fairfield; Business Council of Alabama President and …

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New Name for Alabama Contractor and Service Provider

Business Council of Alabama member Helix Systems Inc., a subsidiary of Voith Industrial Services, has a new trade name: Helix and Voith are now named Leadec. Helix’s corporate office is in Bessemer and it has offices in Vance, Lincoln, and Montgomery. The licensed contractor partners with the automotive industry and …

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Technology and Service Business has 200 Years of Experience Behind it

WETUMPKA, Ala. – Business Council of Alabama member Pinnacle NetworX in Wetumpka has 15 employees with more than two centuries of experience who provide information technology and service across Alabama and the Southeast. Providing technology solutions and service to customers is the outside face of the decade-old business that was …

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Toyota Names New President at Alabama Engine Plant

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Business Council of Alabama member Toyota Motor North America announced that current Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama plant Vice President David Fernandes will become the engine plant’s new president effective Jan. 3. Current Toyota Alabama President Jim Bolte has been named as a TMNA group vice president of …

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Boeing to Add 400 Jobs in Huntsville

Business Council of Alabama member Boeing is adding 400 jobs in Huntsville in its Defense, Space & Security division. Boeing, one of Alabama’s prized aerospace firms since the early days of the U.S. space effort, said Huntsville has developed a diversified business base focusing on design, development, and engineering work …

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Hargrove Engineers + Constructors Unveils Emma, Its First Adaptive Toy

Emma Pablo test drives her new adaptive toy appropriately named EMMA, which was produced by Hargrove engineers + Constructors. (Contributed photo) MOBILE, Ala. – Business Council of Alabama member Hargrove Engineers + Constructors recently unveiled its Hargrove Adaptive Toy, a product initiative that is dedicated to filling the gap for …

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BFGoodrich Tires Observes 70 Years of ‘Iconic’ Manufacturing in Tuscaloosa

World War II had just ended and GIs were returning home to resume their lives and began their futures. Some of those returning to the Tuscaloosa area in 1946 applied for and got good manufacturing jobs at BFGoodrich Tires, which had been built to support the war effort. The first …

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AT&T Alabama Expands 1 Gigabit Internet Across Alabama

Business Council of Alabama member AT&T is expanding ultra-fast Internet service across Alabama to residents, small businesses, and apartments. AT&T this week announced that is has expanded ultra-fast Internet service to homes, apartments, and small businesses in the Huntsville/Madison and greater Mobile areas. AT&T’s expansion of ultra-fast Internet in these …

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