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Old 29 Jun 2003, 01:33 am
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As a new PT owner I'm thinking of joining one of the clubs ptcruisersclub.com or ptownersclub.com. Both look pretty good and both are about the same $29 or $39.

What do you below to? Recommendations, pros, cons, or others?
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Old 29 Jun 2003, 12:29 pm
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Join a local club I'm with First Coast PT Cruisers[8D]


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Old 29 Jun 2003, 12:58 pm
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Hello thinguy .. what part of the country are you in ? Happy Cruisin !! [8D]
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Old 29 Jun 2003, 04:59 pm
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Best bet, hook up with a local club if you can, your dealer may know of one. next depending onwhere you are, check the PTOC and PTCC listings for a local affiliate and contact one of them. I joined the PTOC because they had more activities listed in southern New England.
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Old 01 Jul 2003, 11:01 am
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I would recommend you first join a local or state club. Then look at the national clubs to see if the investment into membership is really worth it. I tend to think it's a waste of money when the local clubs are more atentive to the clubs need in that area. Just my $10 worth of opinion.

If your in Arizona, look us up.
www.azhighlandcruisers.com
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Old 01 Jul 2003, 11:42 am
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I would recommend you first join a local or state club. Then look at the national clubs to see if the investment into membership is really worth it. I tend to think it's a waste of money when the local clubs are more atentive to the clubs need in that area. Just my $10 worth of opinion.

If your in Arizona, look us up.
www.azhighlandcruisers.com
Agree 100%. Our club is affiliated with PTCC, but I'm not a member of the PTCC. It's enables you to get their discount on stuff from the club store, but other than that I don't see that it gives you too much value for your bucks.
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Old 01 Jul 2003, 12:10 pm
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Local clubs are where the action is! If they are affilliated with a national org, then you can decide whether membership in the national club is worthwhile. If you are considering mods, then the discounts may make joining worth the price. I joined PTCC over two years ago and I feel it's been worth it, but a lot depends on the local director's involvement.
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I joined the PTCC http://www.ptcruiserclub.org/ this year and I'm just beginning to get involved in some of the local club events/ activities. I think it is a good organization and recommend it highly. [8D]
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Old 02 Jul 2003, 01:38 am
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Talk to other owner's. In this area the only local club is a chapter of the PTCC. I am the Idaho/Montana Director for the PTCC and just stated the local club. Also use the club sites for a while. Then join the one that is best for you.

I am editing this post to correct the club that I am a director of. Not sure how how I typed it wrong both times. All club members that I know here are with the PTCC.
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