Greetings Everone …
It has been a few years since I posted anything on this forum. It sure feels good to be back in the groove again. I am living in southern Indiana now but not far away from car shows. I belong to the Crusin Classics Car Club of Bloomington, Indiana. We sponsor two shows every year and our big one will be coming up in the middle of May. Of course, you are all invited. Just send me an email and I will send back a show flier … just as soon as we make one up!
I am wondering if any of you who have had responsibility for organizing a car show or a cruise in would know of any Computer Software what would allow us to combing the record keeping for all of the show functions into one. I am thinking that there must be some club somewhere that has thought that registration, judging, awards, mailings and who knows what all uses the same basic data over and over. To do this by hand is getting out of control for us as we regularly have over 200 cars in each show. What do the folks do at the Holtz Chevy 4th of July Show with the 500 or 600 cars that they get every year? I’ll bet that Solid Gold doesn’t do all the paperwork by hand. How could they?
We would not mind buying some software if it meant that we could cut a bunch of members wives loose to enjoy the day with the family instead of adding up rows of numbers so we can award trophies … not to mention addressing envelopes and everything that goes with that.
So, anyone ever heard of such a thing? If so, please post your reply here but copy me at “John@Washbush.Com”.
And to all my wonderful friends in Wisconsin, I not only miss you but I miss Wisconsin also. The Car Community in Wisconsin is among the best in the world, I think. We have a long way to go down here …
Remember, you are invited to our May Show, held at the Monroe County Airport on May 16. Who knows? You might even see some vintage aircraft out there too!
Thanks for your help.
Supervisor of Loose Ends
Crusin’ Classics Car Club
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