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December 1, 2020
The second quarterly virtual President’s Update with SCCA’s President and CEO Mike Cobb has been scheduled for Wednesday, December 16 at 9 p.m. Eastern/6 p.m. Pacific, but it’s going to look a little bit different this time as it’s paired with a presentation of 2020 Road Racing Awards.
“We received great, positive feedback after the first virtual town hall back in September and in these ever-changing times, it’s important that we have paths to keeping the SCCA membership informed,” Cobb said. “We’re looking at ways to fill these sessions with useful information about Club operations while tossing in some fun stuff, too.”
This time around, Cobb will share a 2020 Year in Review that addresses such topics as Time Trials Nationals and Runoffs successes, SCCA Board of Directors election results, and projected 2020 financial outcomes. Following that, Cobb will look ahead to 2021 and how we’ll be “Fueling the Future.” Expect more details about SCCA’s upcoming Virtual Convention, key dates to mark on calendars, plans for the Annual Meeting, changes to SportsCar magazine, and staff updates.
From there, Eric Prill, SCCA’s Vice President and COO, and Road Racing Director Deanna Flanagan will join the virtual stage to present several Road Racing Awards, including:
“We want to make sure we appropriately recognize great accomplishments from 2020, and with so much going ‘virtual’ this year, this seems like the perfect opportunity to present our annual Road Racing awards,” Prill said. “The goal is to make it look and feel like what we’ve done annually at National Convention, and we may even have an exciting announcement to share at the end.”
Details on how to join in the fun will be posted in the coming days and included in next week’s Up to Speed newsletter. Stay tuned!
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