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Volume 49#04


 The 100 Million

Dollar Look



President's Message from the WPC News Magazine    

Volume 49 Number 04
February/March 2018


We have received word that someone is soliciting credit card information for renewals on behalf of the
WPC Club. Do not respond to these emails as the club NEVER HAS and NEVER WILL ask you for this
information. IT IS A FRAUD.

We received information on this just after we decided to no longer accept credit cards at our website
due to the costs of compliance with the ever-changing requirements for compliance with industry

You will still ne able to use a credit card at the website, but it will be processed through PayPal.

As there were no candidates who applied to serve on the National Board, the three current board
members will carry over in accordance with the National Bylaws.

We have changed print shops do to some issues with production over the last several issues. Changes in
staff at our old printer left them scrambling to produce the magazine. So, we have changed print shops
and hope for a smoother time of it. In fact, the last issue was done at the new printers, quickly and with
no problems at all. It is my hope to print an issue every six weeks to get us back on schedule soon.

Registrations are coming in for our next National Meet in Chattanooga in September, and it looks like it will be a fun time for all. The hotel is filling up nicely. From what I have been told the city will be extremely busy that week as there is also another major event in town, so hotel rooms will be in short supply.  Good weather, good cars, good food and good friends should be plentiful the first week of September in Tennessee, so make your plans early to come and join us.

We are also soliciting bids for future meets from regions, so if you would like to show off your home area, please
ley Pat Opipari know of your interest and he can help guide through the appropriate steps to host a National Meet.

Until Next Time, Keep Those Mopars Moving,

Richard Bowman




























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