New AQHA Service Center
New AQHA Service Center
The American Quarter Horse Association is opening a new AQHA Service Center at the Ohio Quarter Horse Association office in Columbus, Ohio; AQHA Member Experience professionals will be available to assist customers the first week of each month.
The American Quarter Horse Association is proud to open an additional AQHA Service Center at the Ohio Quarter Horse Association office in Columbus, Ohio. This AQHA Service Center will be open the first week of each month and appointments will be available for AQHA members to complete AQHA business in person. The first AQHA Service Center opened this spring at Heritage Place Inc. in Oklahoma City.
Office hours for August 31 - September 3 are:
August 31 – 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Eastern
September 1 - 3 – 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Eastern
To ensure you have dedicated time with an AQHA professional, schedule an appointment by selecting a time that is convenient for you. Set up an appointment here.
Each month, AQHA will publish upcoming dates for available appointments at www.aqha.com/service-centers.
“Expanding our services to AQHA Service Centers provides our team the ability to improve the level of customer service we deliver to our members,” said Craig Huffhines, AQHA executive vice president. “Additional locations expand accessibility to our members who would prefer to work with someone from our Member Experience Team in person, but do not have the ability to travel to Amarillo.”
When visiting an AQHA Service Center, please follow social-distancing protocols to protect yourself and the health of the AQHA Member Experience professionals.
“We look forward to continuing to expand our operations and providing a local presence to enhance our services for horse lovers around the world,” said Huffhines.
AQHA Headquarters, located in Amarillo, is currently unable to offer walk-in service, due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Customers can continue to utilize the drop box located in front of the AQHA Headquarters building, at the bottom of the steps near the bronze statue of Wimpy to drop off their paperwork during this time in Amarillo. Members can also submit work online, through mail or contact the AQHA Member Experience Team.
If you aren’t located close to AQHA Headquarters in Amarillo, or one of the AQHA Service Center locations, visit www.aqha.com/member-services-on-location for details about the events where the AQHA Member Experience Team will be available to process AQHA paperwork.
We look forward to assisting you at one of the new AQHA Service Centers!
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