Quindigo currently works with eleven different associations in North Texas.


Two of our clients -- the Real Estate Council and the North Texas Roofing Contractors Association have been with us for 15 years.


We love to watch all of our clients grow -- whether we've worked with them 15 years or 3 years!  Their missions become our missions and helping them thrive is mission critical to everyone on the Quindigo Team! 

Our Clients

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The Cowtown Executives Association (CEA) is a business service association, operated for the individual benefit of its members and is a not-for-profit organization.  CEA is a “by-invitation” group of non-competing businesses in the Fort Worth area, each represented by a key executive.  The sole function is to increase the sale of members’ goods and services through an exchange of not only business but also business information or “leads”.

Community Design Fort Worth was created to enhance the quality of life for residents of Fort Worth and North Texas by providing planning and design assistance to community groups who would otherwise not have access to expert design services; undertaking long term visioning and planning studies in anticipation of environmental challenges facing the region; and by sponsoring public outreach on planning and design issues of benefit to the public.

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The Design Build Institute of America Southwest Region is comprised of companies and professionals woking in five states -- Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. The association plans an annual conference and a golf tournament along with educational courses and sessions.​ Members join DBIA for access to the nation’s best design-build education and professional certification that inspires both projects and futures. They renew their dues each year because they’ve witnessed the power of collaborating with like-minded people. By promoting the value of design-build project delivery and teaching the effective integration of design and construction services, we ensure success for members across disciplines.

The Exchange Club is a national service organization that provides individuals with opportunities to use their time and talents to benefit their local communities and the country as a whole. Exchange’s Core Values are family, community, and country. Through the Programs of Service – Americanism, Community Service, and Youth Programs – members support activities that benefit youth, promote pride in our country, and honor military and public service providers, to name a few. Quindigo manages the Fort Worth Chapter.

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North Texas Roofing Contractors Association (NTRCA) is the premier association for roofing contractors and those who work with contractors in North Texas.  Over the past 15 years, under Quindigo’s leadership, both the membership and the annual budget have quadrupled in size.  The association has raised its bar for membership and has a strong consumer advocacy program informing potential clients of precautions they should follow when hiring a professional roofing contractor.  The association is currently spearheading change on the state level to register roofing contractors to make sure home and business owners are not taken advantage of by shoddy roofing contractors.

The National Utility Contractors Association, Texas Chapter (NUCA Texas) is a vibrant statewide chapter of a proven National Association. NUCA Texas participation across the state supports the utility contracting industry with a unified voice and each member company with safety, education and networking benefits. It is the goal of NUCA Texas to be a catalyst for the development of activity-based regional chapters throughout Texas.

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The National Utility Contracts Association, North Texas Chapter (NUCA North Texas), combines the benefits of operating under a mature national organization with the dynamic energy of a new and growing chapter. Our members are building a better Texas through training, continued education, and participation in the communities in which we live.

The Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth began in 2003 and Quindigo began working with them shortly thereafter. The association has developed a relationship with the City of Fort Worth and is now considered the go-to resource for questions and answers regarding commercial real estate development. REC of GFW conducts two major events annually, the Real Estate Forecast in January and the Cowtown Poker Run in October.  In between times they plan and conduct general meetings and work on advocacy issues that help make Tarrant County and Fort Worth one of the most livable cities in the country.

Tarrant Transit Alliance

The Tarrant Transit Alliance is an alliance committed to educating, empowering and mobilizing our community to promote transit policy to serve our entire region. The Tarrant Transit Alliance works with contributors, community officials and regional leaders to build support for funding regional transit in Fort Worth and Tarrant County.

The Urban Land Institute North Texas is an organization of practicing land use professionals and community leaders. On a global scale, ULI offers a network of almost 40,000 members. Getting involved in ULI North Texas offers members the opportunity to network with more than 1,300 local members, industry leaders, and public officials. ULI represents the best practices of planning and land use and offers a wide array of local and national experts at our monthly events. Our mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. ULI North Texas carries forth that mission by serving the North Texas Metropolitan Area’s public and private sectors with pragmatic land use expertise and education.

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USS Fort Worth Support Committee

The USS Fort Worth Support Committee exists to support crew members and their families by providing resources that increase the sailors’ quality of life and enhance morale and welfare while deployed away from their families. The Committee also provides financial assistance to families and outfits the Ship’s shore spaces with Cowtown-themed memorabilia, among other activities.