Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: southern Minnesota
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Seems like most clubs on anything these days have their ups and downs on activities. Usually the same few people do all the work on events and eventually get burned out. If someone else doesn't step up, things don't happen.
It doesn't take much to organize an event, it doesn't have to be a grand 'over the top' affair, just a simple everyone meet at the local xxx parking lot at a set time, we drive to some destination and get a rootbeer float, then drive back. A simple few hour trip can be the most fun ever! It just takes someone to draw a line in the sand and publish it.
Or maybe as simple as meet at Burger King at 7PM, drive to the local drive-in theater and catch a movie..If no one shows, you still can see the movie, get the rootbeer float, or whatever. The point is you can make something happen.
Maybe you will make a bunch of friends that live close by and have a good time.
You could get extravagant and set up a fancy dinner at some restaurant, or a show somewhere and mess with reservations, advanced ticket sales, etc. but why not start with a simple road trip and go from there.
The Midwest Rally started out as a bunch of smart owners that would get together for a spring drive around the lakes in Minneapolis and have a burger. Then progressed to a fall drive to see the leaves colors... then moved to a weekend event. Start small and see how it goes first. set up a route from point A to point B with a stop or 2 along the way so people can get back together if they get seperated by traffic or stop lights, etc. Or use cheap FRS radios to keep in touch. just have a good time.