The club is looking for member help in the following areas:
Staff Writers – folks who like to write, post content about their cars, club events, Alfa-related content, product reviews, etc. Content will be posted on the dvaroc.org site!
Photographers – anyone with a camera really! Pictures of your cars, photos of members getting together, heck, kids’ drawings of cars. We’ll post the pictures on the dvaroc.org site and host them on flickr.com/dvaroc.
Advertising – know anyone who would like to advertise on the club site? This new site uses web syndication as it’s core design philosophy. Content we publish here is reduplicated across the twitterverse, the friends network, tumblred and retumblred, youtubed, etc. So our reach is quite extensive. If you know of a company with Alfa-related products or services who might be interested, or who have that we can review
Club Coordination – please insert your ideas here ___________. For example, here’s a tech session idea: company sends us a Spider ECU chip upgrade (gratis), we do a tech session install so everybody can join in the fun, benchmark performance change for 3 months, write up a review. One lucky owner keeps the part, the club and the chip maker benefit from the association.
Looking for ideas:
Club logo design – fancy yourself a designer? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your ideas and we can update the club logo.
We’d like a T-shirt design for the club. Or several. Pins, buttons? We can bounce the ideas off the club membership roster and generate consensus to have something cool made.
Love to have a conversation with anyone who has just-in-time manufacturing, apparel, screen printing or embroidery contacts. If we’re going to make pins or shirts, let’s make the best ones we can for our money.
Looking for new members:
I’ve asked the AROC-USA president, Brewster Thackeray about developing some kind of membership card we can give to Alfa owners we meet who aren’t club members. Something with the national website and membership/join information as well as chapter identification printed on it. Throw a dozen in your glove box and hand them out when you see another Alfa. What could be easier or more fun than introducing yourself to new friends who have the same passion for these cars as we do?
Let’s have some fun!