A unified voice in state and local matters that impact the wireless industry. To join the AOWA simply go to the Contacts tab and follow the directions.
Skydance Bridge is a 380-foot-long pedestrian bridge with a 197- foot-tall sculpture that spans Interstate 40 near Robinson Avenue south of downtown OKC.
The bridge’s soaring architecture was inspired by Oklahoma’s state bird, the scissor-tailed flycatcher. The bridge is located on Harvey Avenue between SW 7th and SW 10th.
Educating Consumers & Public Officials About Wireless
The Arkansas Oklahoma Wireless Association is a trade association wtih nearly 500 members involved in all sectors of the wireless industry whose objective is the promotion and advancement of the industry by means of education, awareness and opportunity.
Our mission is to be a unified voice in state and local legislative matters impacting the industry and to serve as a central repository for collection and distribution of news and information for our members. Through the cultivation of relationships between the wireless industry and the local communities they serve, we will set the highest of ethical standards and integrity to achieve our mission.
Why the AOWA has evolved?
The wireless industry is faced with a growing number of state-level regulatory challenges. Those challenges are not limited to one or two states, but are evolving on many different fronts, from California to Arkansas, from Michigan to New York, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Florida, and elsewhere. That alone was enough to form a united front. Beyond the threat of unnecessary or damaging regulation, there were other reasons to form the Arkansas Oklahoma Wireless Association. Just as politics are local, so is the business of our industry. The Arkansas Oklahoma Wireless Association can fill a void helping members fight regulatory threats and make the crucial connections they need to advance their mutual business goals.