Thanks to all our Zone 12 Volunteers! Now, get Ready for the Sebring 48 …
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Thanks for a great OktoberFast at Daytona!
Last weekend we had the best OktoberFast Daytona Club Race weekend ever! A big shout-out goes to all our Volunteers who helped us put on the big show – from the Committee Members and our annual “regulars,” to the first-time Volunteers – we couldn’t have done it without you, and we certainly hope you had a good time.
Most of our 11 Regions in Zone 12 were represented – in the drivers who participated; the individuals and groups who attended to have fun; and the Committee Members and Volunteers who helped organize and run the event. We had a record number of Volunteers, and you all pitched in to make things run smoothly for all our participants, whether DE drivers, racers, autocrossers, car show participants, track tourists, or any of our other guests. We couldn’t do any of our events without you, but we especially appreciate your participation in these large events. Sincerely, thank you very much!
And best of all, our Volunteers who helped with our Track Touring Laps collected $4,055 in donations for CureSMA – many thanks to our very generous drivers! And if you didn’t get a chance to get out to Daytona, please consider learning more about SMA and making an online donation if you have the ability to contribute.
48 Hours at Sebring is Coming Up, and We Want You to Be Part of the Action There Too!
Even though the holidays are just now upon us, it’s not too early to start thinking about February and helping out at our next big Volunteer event – the 48 Hours at Sebring Club Race, February 3-6, 2022. The 48 is the first race of the PCA Club Racing season, and racers from all over North America come down to visit us and enjoy our wonderful weather. It’s a lot of fun, and you’ll enjoy being there – and you’ll really enjoy being a Volunteer.
If you can help out, we’d love to have your support! It’s easy to register, but if you need any assistance, Volunteer Chair Paul Raben can answer any questions or help you through the process. Just email him at email@example.com.
To get started:
- Check out the 48 Hours Volunteer site, to read a general overview about being a Volunteer at the 48
- Volunteer roles are available from 7 am Thursday to 5 pm Sunday. This page describes the basic logistics, and you can look at descriptions of all the various positions (see the links on the right side of the screen): http://48hoursatsebring.com/volunteerpositions.php
- Once you decide what you’d like to do, sign up so they can begin planning for staffing needs: http://48hoursatsebring.com/volunteersignin.php
Here are some helpful hints, if this is the first time you’ve gone through this registration process:
- During Sign Up, you’ll fill in the boxes that are highlighted in RED, including your shirt size
- Once you select Continue at the bottom of the page, the following screen is where you’ll indicate what day(s), what position(s) and shift(s) you want to volunteer for at the event.
- You’ll see the days with the available shifts
- Next to each shift is a large box and a smaller box that both have the word “None” in them
- As soon as you choose a shift, select the first box and all the positions will open up – now, you can choose your dream job(s); then select Continue
- On the final screen, you’ll see your name at the top and also the role(s) you are signed up for
- If it all looks good, select Confirm at the bottom of the page and you’re done! (And very much appreciated, by the 48 Hours Team!)
Thank you for volunteering! If you have any questions, please email Paul Raben @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have a great weekend – and welcome to November already! Start looking for emails from your local Region about any holiday or charity plans coming up soon.
Lisa Lewis Koller
Zone 12 Rep