MIAMA is the Minnesota Ice Arena Manager's Association. Founded in 1975, it is a volunteer organization of arena managers and related vendors throughout Minnesota, other states and Canada. MIAMA provides communication and support systems for arenas, arena managers and staff to better face issues within the industry.

2533 Sumac Circle

NEISMA is a professional service organization, organized to provide the ice skating industry with education and training. Since 1972 NEISMA has disseminated technical information and conducted seminars on rink equipment, energy, air quality, marketing, skating programs, maintenance and safety. NEISMA provides the professional rink manager with the technical information needed to operate a safe, efficient and profitable facility.

The Professional Skaters Association (PSA) was organized in 1938. The PSA is the official figure skating coach's education, training and accreditation program for U.S. Figure Skating.  We are the largest and most recognized of all figure skating coach's organizations in the world.

3006 Allegro Park SW

The Rocky Mountain Rink Association was formed in 2015 when 16 facilities came together to talk about the need for a membership organization dedicated to serving rinks in Colorado.  That idea was expanded to include the Rocky Mountain Region as rinks from Wyoming, Montana, and New Mexico became interested in partnering with a constantly growing group of rink professionals. 

6623 S. Ward St

Serving The American Rinks (STAR) is a non-profit membership organization that provides education, resources and networking opportunities for individuals, facilities and vendors in the American ice rink industry.

The USA Hockey Foundation is the charitable arm of USA Hockey, Inc. The Foundation's primary goals are to enhance USA Hockey's mission and activities; to provide funding for education and training of high-performance athletes; and to provide opportunities for greater participation throughout the country.

1775 Bob Johnson Drive

The Wisconsin Ice Arena Management Association, founded in 1992, is a growing volunteer group of ice arena personnel dedicated to improve and standardize procedures and operations in existing and new facilities. The association is supported and serviced by a number of prominent vendor members throughout the country.

2711 16th Street South