Logo, Northwest Door & Operator Association

(971) 320-4698
PO Box 33303 | Portland, OR, 97292

Why Join NWDOA?

Joining the NWDOA  is good for you and your business.  Whether you want to increase business opportunities for the company, enhance your personal development, or enjoy good fellowship, joining the NWDOA  is a smart business move.
Here are several reasons why joining is good for you, and why you should become an active member:
  • Advocacy & Vigilance - NWDOA promotes the benefits of safety and security to consumers and businesses, creating an opportunity for you to sell more systems and services.  In addition, the NWDOA provides a strong, unified voice in representing your interests on a local, state and national level through affiliation with the IDA (International Door Association) lobbying elected officials on behalf of the overhead door and automated access systems including regulatory agencies on legal and compliance matters, such as most recently the EPA's RRP Lead Abatement.  NWDOA's local insight and advice is often crucial when proposed local ordinances arise.
  • Savings Programs - access to discounts for products and services such as Constant Contact Email Services and Supervised Fuel Group fueling discounts.
  • Business Affiliation - offers a professional appearance to consumers and business owners about your company, allowing you to promote your advocacy as an industry supporter.  Your dues help to support the industry.
  • Quality Education - provides relevant and practical seminars, and educational programs differentiating you from your competition.  Through NWDOA affiliation with IDEA  opportunities are offered to award credentials and certifications which can help to build consumer confidence in your products or services.
  • Competitive Edge - delivers up-to-date information on industry trends, business intelligence, and best practices, helping you to avoid costly mistakes and expenses that result from not using the most current practices.  Tap into knowledge. Odds are that someone, somewhere, in the industry has already discovered the solution to a vexing problem in your particular niche.
  • Industry Experts - access to thought-leaders and mentors who can provide you with key business intelligence, helping you manage your business more effectively to achieve better top and bottom line results.
  • Networking - provides an opportunity for you to gain access to potential business partners.  These contacts can provide additional resources to grow your business beyond your current boundaries. By networking, small-business owners may spot emerging  trends, which could impact their bottom lines. In addition, and more importantly, you will gain new friendships that are lifelong and meaningful.