Membership Categories

There are 2 classes of membership in OMAC/AMCA: Full Membership and Associate Membership.

Full Membership shall be restricted to persons, firms, partnerships or corporations who operate outdoor or indoor media displays in Canada (“Out-of-Home companies”) whose acceptance for membership may be approved by the Board of Directors as in the best interest of OMAC/AMCA

Associate Membership shall be available to advertising agencies, advertisers, educational institutes, companies or businesses that manufacture, fabricate, or sell to the industry any equipment, material or service, companies or businesses that provide legal, financial or other professional services to the industry, corporations, societies, bureaus or companies located in any other country other than Canada and connected with or interested in the development of Out-of-Home advertising whose acceptance for membership may be approved by the Board of Directors as in the best interest of OMAC/AMCA. Out-of-Home companies, or entities with equity or ownership interests in Out-of-Home companies may not be Associate Members.

Full Membership

Out-of-Home companies who elect for Full Membership will be divided into one four categories of Full Membership based on the member’s annual Out of-Home advertising revenues (“Annual Advertising Revenues”) for the fiscal year prior to the commencement of the Initial Term or Renewal Term, as applicable.

Full Members with Annual Advertising Revenues of $100,000,000 and greater will be categorized as “Class A”.
Full Members with Annual Advertising Revenues of $50,000,000 to $99,000,000 will be categorized as “Class B”.
Full Members with Advertising Revenues of $25,000,000 to $49,000,000 will be categorized as “Class C”.
Full members with Annual Advertising Revenue of less than $25,000,000 will be categorized as “Class D”.

Class A, Class B and Class C Full Members are entitled to all of the rights and privileges of membership including the right to attend and vote at all meetings of Members and the right to appoint a member of the Board of Directors.

Class D Full Members are entitled to all of the rights and privileges of the other categories of Full Members, except that they will not have the right to vote at a meeting of the members.

Associate Members

Associate Members do not have the rights and privileges of Full Members. From time to time, the Board of Directors may establish other privileges and categories of Associate Members by resolution.

Associate Members are entitled to attend all meetings of members, but are not entitled to vote at any such meeting.