About the BMWCCA
The year was 1969. There were soldiers in Vietnam. Hippies at Woodstock. And in Boston, a few car nuts were wandering the streets, snapping leaflets to the windshields of a curious new German import – the BMW 2002. They were recruiting members for a new car club dedicated to the object of their desire. At least some people had their priorities in order.
In time, veterans, hippies, and other driving purists from all over the spectrum would find common ground in what has become the world’s largest owner-supported car club – the BMW Car Club of America. Today, BMWCCA has 67 chapters nationwide, with more than 75,000 members, mutually enhancing each other’s BMW ownership experience.
You know that little flash of camaraderie that washes over you when you see a pair of BMW kidneys coming down the road? If you even know what that question means, you’re either already a member, or should be. You have to own a BMW to understand.
It doesn’t matter what model you drive. Whether you’re on your first Bimmer, or your thirtieth, there are just certain subjects that only BMW owners are interested in. BMWCCA is where we address all of them.
Our official mission is: to enhance the BMW experience for our members by providing services, support, information, and activities that promote camaraderie and encourage social awareness and responsibility. Unofficially, we’re a big support group for Ultimate Driving Machine addiction. Nothing wrong with that.
BMWCCA 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.
Northern Ohio Chapter bylaws are under review by the Board of Trustees. Any items the Board finds which must be acted upon by the membership (for example, updates or suggested changes to enhance the Chapter's management) will be presented to the membership for ballot vote in late spring 2014. Bylaws will be published on the web site following these actions.
Northern Ohio Chapter of the BMW Car Club of America is a non-profit Ohio Corporation.
This web site and the Bimmer Pilot are publications of the Northern Ohio Chapter of the BMW Car Club of America. All contents remain the property of the Northern Ohio Chapter of the BMW Car Club of America. Information supplied on this web site is provided by members and for members only.
The Northern Ohio Chapter of the BMW Car Club of America is in no way associated with BMW of North America, or any other agents of Bayerische Motoren Werke AG.
"BMW", the "M" logo, "The Ultimate Driving Machine," and the BMW roundel logo are registered trademarks of BMW AG. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
The classifieds section has been made available by the NOCBMWCCA as a service to Club members and cannot be held responsible for any items or the exchange between the buyer and the seller. All information regarding items is provided by the seller. The chapter cannot check postings for facts, authenticity or condition.
The electronic mail addresses included on this web site are for the use of members of the Northern Ohio Chapter of the BMWCCA, and are not intended for commercial use, such as spam, junk email, or unsolicited commercial email. Inappropriate use of these mailing lists will be considered theft of service.
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