AAA opens new branch office in Scottsdale

The new AAA office in Scottsdale is located (submitted photo)

The new AAA office in Scottsdale is located 14850 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd., Suite 111 (submitted photo)

AAA Arizona has opened a new office in the city of Scottsdale and will be hosting a Disney themed event on June 25.

The new office, at 14850 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd., Suite 111, will have a variety of services available for members and the general public to explore, including:

  • Full-service travel
  • Home and auto insurance
  • Car buying
  • International Driving Permits
  • Passport photos
  • Membership services
  • Financial services
  • Travel accessories and luggage
  • Theme park and movie tickets

“We’re very excited to be back in the Scottsdale community, and look forward to serving our members, as well as seeing some new faces,” stated Chuck Giglio, service center operations director for AAA Arizona, in a press release. “Scottsdale has expanded tremendously over the last several years and we’re looking forward to being apart of its continued growth.”

The AAA Scottsdale office will be open Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

To kick off its first summer in Scottsdale, the office will have an “All Things Disney” event 9 a.m.-noon on June 25. Each child in attendance will receive a free Disney collectible pin and adults who attend can enter to win a $500 AAA Travel certificate, the release stated.

As a membership organization representing more than 900,000 Arizonans, AAA offers a variety of member benefits and resources. For more information on this office, visit

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