articipate in the Ports-to-Plains Alliance by becoming a member and support your community, region, and state by attending upcoming events, fundraising activities, and missions!
eam your organization with the Ports-to-Plains Alliance which is open to local governments, chambers of commerce, economic development organizations, education agencies, international states and provinces, and private businesses!
roud are members of the Ports-to-Plains Alliance who stand together to accomplish a common goal of securing the benefits of commerce to North America’s energy and agricultural heartland!
What are Our Members Saying?
"I love everything about Ports-to-Plains...
the dynamic leadership, the mission, the emphasis on safety and economic development, the conviction of the participants, and the vision...especially the vision; and I'm very excited about the future of the Alliance, Union County and the Town of Clayton's continued support and relationship with Ports-to-Plains." - Coby Beckner, City Commissioner, Clayton, New Mexico
"The regional, national, and international aspects within the Ports-to-Plains Alliance are what set this effort apart.
The Alliance has given the Heartland Expressway more legitimacy because it is a part of something which represents the future of our economic security and growth." - Lane Danielzuk, Gering, Nebraska
"I consider Ports-to-Plains a window to the world
for our community. With the expansion of the Ports-to-Plains Corridor we have the opportunity to promote our goods and services to those moving across this great country." - John Bertsch, Ports-to-Plains Chairman, Plainview, Texas
"Ports-to-Plains has been an incredible asset for our community
in regarding our economic development efforts. Our membership allows us to reach a larger network of potential leads, market our community and gives us a great partner in each project we work. Our membership and relationship with PTP has helped us in recruiting several businesses; and that more than justifies the cost! The recognition that any size community gets from participating is invaluable, and refusing to be a part of this coalition is simply foolish." - Mike Running, Executive Director, Dumas Economic Development Corp.
"The staff and volunteer leadership of Ports-to-Plains are working tirelessly
for the mobility needs of our rural corridor across three countries. Their efforts have already proven extremely valuable in getting transportation projects funded and on the ground, and they will continue to play a critical role in our commercial development by advocating for those projects that remain." - Phil Neighbors, President, San Angelo Chamber of Commerce
"Improving transportation through many rural areas of the United States
increases the chances for small town America to survive into the next century. What the Port-to-Plains Corridor can mean to the rural and small town areas of Northeastern New Mexico and the business opportunities that go with it cannot be underestimated." - Justin Bennett, Des Moines, New Mexico
"We are strong supporters of the collaborative initiative
to promote connectivity of the highway systems through the Ports-to-Plains Trade Corridor" - Buzz David, President & CEO, Amarillo Economic Development Corporation