Join IACOA Today!
Step 1 of 2: Complete & Submit Your Membership Application
Step 2 of 2: Pay Your Membership Dues
Frequently Asked Questions
Will I be charged if my application isn't accepted?
Your card will be refunded if your application is not accepted.
Which membership is right for my company?
Regular Members shall be any privately owned business entity that has been engaged in the business of furnishing armored car service to the general public for at least one year.
Related Operating Members
A Related Operating Member shall be any privately or publicly owned business entity engaged in the business of securing, transporting and/or processing of valuables for no less than two (2) years.
An Industry Associate Member is any company or individual offering services or products to the armored industry. Associate Members can reserve exhibit booth space at our annual conference.
An Advisory Liaison is any agency operated by federal, state, or local government whose purview applies to parties responsible for the transportation, processing, circulation, and/or other commercial handling of cash within its jurisdiction. Advisory Liaisons are not dues paying members, but an application is required from anyone who wants to apply as an Advisory Liaison.
Why is there a signup fee?
The signup fee covers the first year of membership (the current calendar year) for new members.
After the annual conference, the IACOA administrator may reduce the cost of the signup fee—i.e. the current calendar year’s membership dues.
IACOA Membership Dues Subscription — Regular Members$600.00 on December 1st each year and a $600.00 sign-up fee
IACOA Membership Dues Subscription — Associate Members$600.00 on December 1st each year and a $600.00 sign-up fee
Membership — Advisory Liaisons$0.00 on December 1st each year
IACOA Membership Dues Subscription — Related Operating Members$600.00 on December 1st each year and a $600.00 sign-up fee
Review the IACOA Bylaws
View the most recent version of the Independent Armored Car Operators Association Bylaws updated on June 25, 2016. For more information, contact an IACOA representative today.