Quattro de Mayo is a gathering of Audi (and other European car) enthusiasts from across the Southeast. Each year, we spend as many as four days driving some of the curviest roads in the country, and spend the evenings making new friends.
THE CHICAGO CHAPTER’S Fall 2014 Teen Safe Driver Clinic this past September involved our largest group ever, a total of 24 teens and their parents, the absolute maximum we can host. In combination with all the instructors, helpers and sponsors on site that day, we had over 90 people in attendance.
As an outstanding ambassador for the club, Bill has been a member for over 14 years. His volunteer endeavors have encompassed many roles including: Chapter President, member relations and spokesperson, raffle promoter, dealer relationships, fun runs, holiday get-togethers, eventmaster for driver schools, autocrosses, and teen safety clinics. As a tireless promoter of the Chicagoland chapter and ACNA, Bill has been focused, organized, and always ensured that members were aware of the many benefits and activities the Club offered.
The Audi Club of North America in conjunction with our European partners, Elite Rent-a-Car is offering an unparalleled six days, five night’s German touring experience, affording participants an opportunity to drive a number of different Audi models and engine configurations, some of which are presently not available in the US.
Kundenbegeisterung HAPPY NEW YEAR! In the Fall 2012, Jeri Ward, Director of Customer Experience, and Doug Clark, General Manager of Social Media and Customer Engagement, invited Audi Club national Board of Directors and 28 chapter presidents to Audi of America headquarters. The goals of this meeting were to align our vision for Audi Club, create a three-year growth plan, and to be part of AoA’s Kundenbegeisterung program.
Congratulations to Ronald Robins of Rye Brook, NY the winner of the 2015 Audi S3!
Nathan Bauer of Fort Wayne, Indiana is the winner of the Tire and Wheel Package.
Audi Club Oklahoma entered the Tulsa Christmas Parade with a “float” of 8 white Audis lined up as reindeer (and complete with antlers) being led by a “Rudolph Red” Audi TTS.
Originally published in the Fall 2014 quattro quarterly
AS EXPERIENCED DRIVERS, there are so many things we automatically do when driving a car. However, unless you have recently instructed a teen driver of your own on how to drive, it’s hard to remember how clueless we all were when we started driving. On a hot Saturday at the end of July in Northern Virginia, the Audi Club Potomac Chesapeake Chapter (PCC) ran its first teen driving school in recent history to help educate our newest drivers.