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Is there any member of the North West Alfa Romeo Club?

From what I can see from the web site, the club doesn't look very active. No events of any kind planned.
It looks mostly focused on old Alfas, which are great cars. But I think it's time to bring some fresh Giulias into it!
 

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Is there any member of the North West Alfa Romeo Club?

From what I can see from the web site, the club doesn't look very active. No events of any kind planned.
It looks mostly focused on old Alfas, which are great cars. But I think it's time to bring some fresh Giulias into it!
I looked into it but not willing to pay for club membership when the club meets are over 3 hours away. For now, I will hang out with the local Porsche Club on there Cars and Coffee Saturdays.
 

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The North West Alfa Romeo Club has a range of members with plenty of classics and an increasing number of new members with modern cars such as 952 Giulias.

Not all the members are listed here including myself: http://nwalfaclub.com/registry.html

There’s at least one event a month, Iniezione magazine is the best place to get current info: http://nwalfaclub.com/media/iniezione/2018/Iniez201803Web.pdf

In February we had a visit to Prova Motorsports http://www.provamotorsports.com/ and a tour last night of The Shop, a country club for gearheads http://theshopclubs.com/

Be sure not to miss Sempreverde, there will be some very rare one of a kind Alfa Romeo on display and track time in August: http://www.sempreverde2018.org/schedule.html
 

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Is there any member of the North West Alfa Romeo Club?

From what I can see from the web site, the club doesn't look very active. No events of any kind planned.
It looks mostly focused on old Alfas, which are great cars. But I think it's time to bring some fresh Giulias into it!
I agree that it is time to bring new Giulias into the NW club, perhaps you should join as well. Other than mine, I know of about a dozen Giulias so far, and a few Stelvios, and a few 4C, and 8C... that are members but we don't mind if you're late to the game. :smile2:


There are older Alfa Romeos in the club as well. The club, its members, and Alfas have been around for many years already.


As 98040 points out, there are meeting, and social events monthly and all are listed in the newsletter that goes to members. Also, members can enjoy the Alfa Romeo Owners Club national convention (Sempreverde) which is coming to the NW this year in August. Its a great time to own an Alfa Romeo.
 

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Ok, even though I am over here in the SE corner of the state I went ahead and got my membership in AROC and the NW Club. I will be at Fiat Enthusiasts Northwest (FEN) Club All-Italian Show - April 15 (event registration sent in) Hope to meet some members there and look at getting to some other events in the future.
 

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Is there any member of the North West Alfa Romeo Club?

From what I can see from the web site, the club doesn't look very active. No events of any kind planned.
It looks mostly focused on old Alfas, which are great cars. But I think it's time to bring some fresh Giulias into it!
@pipposera - Sorry - yes, I can see how it must look like that... This old club LOVES to look back on past events, to review and reminisce on drives and gatherings, but they are a good bunch! Stick with it. Join the club and participate. We're actually very active, but I agree that we need to be much better at posting about FUTURE events and not spend so much time reviewing PAST gatherings.

It is a volunteer club after all and we all have very busy lives. Join! Come help us make it better!

We are actually hosting a huge Alfa Romeo drivers event - geared specifically towards owners of the new models (but still to include the older models), here at our shop in the Magnolia area of Seattle on August 10th from 10AM to 3PM! Come and see us!

Also, if you like us on Facebook, or follow us on Instagram where Melissa is extremely active in constantly updating our friends and customers, you'll never miss out on another one of our fun G2 events again. Here are some links to our Facebook, Instagram and website events pages (if you don't like to utilize social media.)

The Group 2 Motorsports "Events" Page:
https://www.g2motorsports.com/events

Group 2 Motorsports Facebook Page:
https://www.facebook.com/group2motorsports

Group 2 Motorsports Instagram Page:
https://www.instagram.com/group2motorsports

Melissa also launched a new Alfa Romeo drivers Facebook group - geared especially towards the owners of the new Quadrifoglios and other Giulias, Stelvios / Stelvio QVs, 4Cs, 8Cs etc. Drivers of all other older models are also welcome to join that group and to be invited to special events, drives and other activities -

Here's that link:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/3706...f=group_header

Hope to see you - my name is John - "Alfa John" - track me down and say Hi!

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Joined the NWARC Facebook group. Most seem like lovely people, not too many politico posts or bashy comments. Seem like a good group of people.

Didn’t realize it but I’ve met the NWARC President through Avants. Fred is a great guy.

Also, Group 2 (in a prior incarnation) took care of my sisters little yellow Miata for about 10 years. The crew there at the time at least were all great. I’m sure new location and new owners are fantastic folks as well.
 
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