November 19, 2012
Frederick, MD – AOPA has signed a new Strategic Partner agreement with Aero-Space Reports, Inc., one of the leading aircraft title and escrow services providers in the nation. The Oklahoma City-based company becomes AOPA’s third Strategic Partner, joining Enterprise Holdings (Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental, Alamo Rent A Car) and Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co.
“The outstanding customer service that Aero-Space Reports delivers throughout an aircraft purchase process is exactly the type of experience we want to make more affordable for our members,” said Ed Thompson, AOPA vice president of corporate partnerships. “We are very excited about the new benefits that this partnership provides for our nearly 400,000 members.”
Just like Enterprise Holdings and Aircraft Spruce, Aero-Space Reports is a family-owned business with deep roots in aviation. The company was founded in 1969 and taken over by Neal Snowden, Sr. and his wife Polly just a few years later. For the past 20 years, Neal Snowden, Jr. and his wife, Vicki, have provided the leadership that has led Aero Space Reports to become one of the industry’s most respected aircraft title and escrow services businesses.
In addition to offering AOPA members a special rate on bundled services, Aero-Space Reports will be supporting AOPA’s mission and members through sponsorship and aircraft purchase-related education activities.
“Aero-Space Reports could not be more excited about partnering with AOPA, an organization that clearly shares the same core values we strive to practice,” said Neal Snowden, president of Aero-Space Reports. “We understand aircraft purchases can be stressful, and AOPA members need and deserve a company they can trust. With a title search turn-around time of four hours, and never a charge for rush service, we feel confident Aero-Space Reports is the right company for the job.”
To learn more about the services provided by Aero-Space reports, visit http://www.aerospacereports.com.
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