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AOBA Alliance, Inc. – Energy Aggregation Group
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Testimony and Advocacy Statements
To review AOBA's recent statements on DC, Maryland and Virginia issues impacting our members, see the Advocacy section, or type in the topic of interest in our Search bar.
- Five Area Buildings Win Prestigious Awards at AOBA’s 2014 TOBY Awards Celebration
- Kettler's Maintenance Team Walks Away with 3rd Consecutive Win in 2014 "Maintenance Mania"
- Maryland Statement on Pit Bull Liability
- AOBA's Highest Honor Presented to Mary Lynch
- AOBA Announces 2014 Leadership
- Real Estate Group Endorses Terry McAuliffe for Governor
- AOBA Public Statement on Virginia Governor's Transportation Package
- Twenty-four Area Buildings Earn BOMA 360 Designation
- Five Area Buildings Win Prestigious Awards at AOBA's 2013 TOBY Awards Celebration
- Kettler's Maintenance Team Wins Big AGAIN in AOBA's 2013 "Maintenance Mania" Competition
- Local Buildings in DC, NoVA Climb the Next Step in TOBY (The Outstanding Building of the Year) Awards Competition
- AOBA's Highest Honor Presented to Cindy Clare
- AOBA Announces 2013 Leadership
- Ron Wineholt to Join AOBA as Vice President – Government Affairs for Maryland
- Five Area Buildings Win Prestigious Awards at AOBA's 2012 TOBY Awards Celebration; Local Winner Garners International Award at BOMA International Convention
- Kettler's Maintenance Team Wins Big in AOBA's First "Maintenance Mania" Competition
- Local Building Wins Regional TOBY (The Outstanding Building of the Year) Award
- Albert Moler Receives AOBA's Highest Honor
- AOBA Announces 2012 Leadership
- Three Apartment Building Managers Win AOBA "Go Green Community Manager" Awards
- Two Downtown DC Buildings Win Prestigious Awards at AOBA's 2011 TOBY Awards Celebration
- Cassidy Turley Building Earns Regional TOBY Award
- AOBA Alliance Inc. and Washington, D.C., Restaurant Association Align to Expand Benefits of Constellation Energy Competitive Energy Services
- AOBA Announces 2011 Leadership
- AOBA Alliance Launches Updated Website
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