Our Hosts

BMW Car Club of America

Founded in 1969, BMW CCA has grown to become the world’s largest single marque car club.  Today, the club has 67 chapters nationwide, with more than 70,000 dues paying members, mutually enhancing each other’s BMW ownership experience. As BMW’s most active and vibrant enthusiast organization the club represents a lifestyle of passion and performance as powerful as the cars our members drive.

BMW CCA enjoys a strong yet independent relationship with BMW AG and its BMW of North America subsidiary. We are a not-for-profit corporation governed by a nine-member elected board of directors — four national officers and five regional vice presidents who serve the interests of our chapters. Each chapter is an independent corporation chartered by BMW CCA. Our headquarters is in Greenville, SC.

Sports Car Club of America

The Sports Car Club of America chapters make up the world’s largest auto club and America’s premier racing organizer. The all-volunteer staff puts on Street Survival schools at SCCA events and venues all year long, teaching car-control skills to new drivers and potential members.

Porsche Club of America

The Porsche Club of America was founded in 1955 and is headquartered in Columbia, MD. Today PCA serves more than 66,000 families, with over 112,000 voting members, in 141 local regions, making it the largest single marque club in the world.

The Porsche experience reaches across the cars and the years to people, binding together the family whose name the cars bear, the men and women who design and build them, and those around the world who drive and cherish them. We know the unbridled joy that a Porsche can provide, and we've built a community around that very feeling. The Porsche Club of America offers driving experience, technical assistance and camaraderie second to none.

PCA hosts over 3000 activities annually ranging from autocrossing, rallying, concours, and socializing, touring, restoration, Porsche history, and PCA Club Racing. With its broad base of volunteers, the Club functions like a finely tuned Porsche and offers a PCA events for all interests. As our slogan goes, "It's not just the cars, it's the people..."

Audi Club of North America

Audi Club North America (ACNA) is the largest club of Audi aficionados in the world. If you feel passionately about your Audi, this is the club for you! We hope you will soon be enjoying the camaraderie and fun of networking with fellow Audi enthusiasts throughout North America. Discover unique opportunities to enhance your Audi ownership experience - from technology and performance to lifestyle and community.

National Corvette Museum

The National Corvette Museum is the celebration of the Corvette's invention, and the preservation of the legendary automobile's past, present, and future. The Museum serves as an educational and research model for all to enjoy.

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National Council of Corvette Clubs (Northeast Region)

The National Council of Corvette Clubs (NCCC) was founded in the United States as an all-volunteer, non-profit organization in 1959 by a small group of Corvette owners/enthusiasts! In 2009 we celebrated our 50th Anniversary and look forward to many more years of fellowship. The purpose of NCCC was (and still is) to promote interest in Corvette ownership and operation, to publish information on the use and operation of the Corvette and to establish an organized effort to encourage others to participate in the enjoyment connected with the use and ownership of the Corvette — America's sports car!

In the early days, the number of clubs was rather small with all of the them being located east of the Mississippi. Today, there are about 275 Clubs in 16 Regions both east and west of the Mississippi! The membership in NCCC is comprised of more than 17,500 Members and is the largest non-profit, all volunteer Corvette organization in the United States!

“Tire Rack Street Survival was fun. I didn’t want to come at first. I thought we’d have to sit in a classroom the whole time. I liked the hands-on experience. This is a lot more hands-on than drivers ed. We had a lot of time to do that on the track. Now I know not to be shocked when an emergency situation happens. I know what to do.”

Malia G., Brooklyn Park, MN

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