The event is scheduled for October 7 this year (always the 1st Sunday in October). It’s the 5th anniversary of the event and we are trying to get participation by car clubs, like the Alfa Club, Ferrari Club, and Delaware Valley Jaguar Club. The 30 (approx.) show cars are displayed in the rear garden of the Brantwyn Mansion. In the front of the mansion there is a huge lawn area that we designate as “The Cool Car Corral”. That’s where we put the car clubs in clusters. We have a committee meeting next week where we will discuss pricing for the event and I hope to offer a discount to car clubs if participation exceeds a certain number of cars.
I’d love to have the Alfa Club participate as a club event. Let me know if there is any interest.
Now, this seems like a lot of fun if we can get some steam behind it. If any club members are interested, let’s try to get some consensus going, so email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and fit this in the club calendar.
Special thanks to Alan and Jack for a terrific drive through New Jersey with a great collection of Alfas! The weather was perfect and so was the company. If you took photos during the drive or want to post your impressions, please email us at email@example.com.
Thanks everyone who attended and again to our hosts and organizers, Alan and Jack. Another great event!
We’ve been very busy updating the website recently- loaded in new features and tools to help keep the club more connected. Follow us through the evolution of this site, our goal is to make it easier to reach out to other members, to organize ad hoc club events, post lots of pictures and document the journey of alfa ownership.
Let’s chat! We want to hear from you. We’re sending out some emails shortly to learn the preferences of our membership a little better, to find out what kind of events you’d like to attend, and align our agenda for the next year to what you want out of the club.
In addition to what’s become our standard means of communication, we’ve added a Facebook page, a twitter account, a youtube channel, a flickr account. Next up is feedburner/rss, and then a good calendaring application (with .ics file downloads and xml or icalendar subscriptions). We’re still doing some engineering to tie it all together so we can distribute the same message across all the channels (better chances of finding you wherever you hide online).