Porsche Club of AmericaIf you currently own or lease a Porsche, please consider joining the Porsche Club of America. Details are available here. If you are considering purchasing a Porsche, you may want to consider subscribing to Join PCA Test Drive. Please look through our New Member and Visitor Guide to Appalachian Region Activities to see what we do. For a brief summary of who we are see About Us, and contact one of our officers if you have questions.

The Appalachian Region has an active Facebook page
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Where's my old home page? It's now called the Member Page. If you are an active member, you may wish to set as a browser favorite, as it summarizes our current activities in one place.
 
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Our Next Events


Tuesday, October 6 – 1:00 to 3:00 pm. — Manna Foodbank – Volunteers work at our charity partner's Swannanoa River Road location. Contact David Butler if you would like to help.


Gimmick RallyWednesday, October 7 – 8:00 am. — Quilts 'n' Signs Gimmick Rally – Rallymaster Larry Koupal has designed another fun and entertaining gimmick rally that everyone can enjoy whether you have done a rally or not. There is no timing just a easy to follow route with a goal of identifying key landmarks – details & reservations.


Wednewday, October 14 – 5:00 to 7:00 pm. — Social Mixer – We'll meet at the Highland Brewing Company, 12 Old Charlotte Hwy, Asheville, outside if the weather is good. As usual, just look for the white name badges; be patient as it's a big place – details & reservations.


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Our Recent Events

Ferry Porsche BreakfastBreakfast Rambles finally returned to the Appalachian Region calendar on 9/19 as an event that could be held, and comply with the Covid gathering guidelines.Joe Watson, as the Appalachian Region Breakfast Ramble leader, picked a region favorite location as evidenced by 29 Appalachian Region members making the drive to The Randevu in Cashiers. Read more about the Ferry Porsche Breakfast Ramble.


SUV's on the Road to Wayah 08/31/20 – David Stori put together a great and sold-out SUV drive for the Appalachian Region, with 12 SUV’s and 42 members participating. The drive started with a meet-up at the Haywood County Rest Area where a mixture of Porsche, Jeep, Mercedes, Toyota and Lincoln SUV’s appeared.  Not every PCA member owns a Porsche SUV so this drive is a “Drive what you brung” drive providing for a mixture of 4wd vehicles owned by club members. Read more about SUV's on the Road to Wayah.

Driving the Tail! 08/13/20 – Sixteen Appalachian Region members in 11 Porsches met up in Waynesville to start a two-day overnight trip to the Tapoco Lodge for a drive of the Tail of the Dragon in Deals Gap, Tennessee. The drive started ominously with one 911 suffering a flat tire from a screw in the tire and one Boxster leaving the line five minutes into the drive. Both Porsches were able to rejoin and have a successful couple of days. Read more about Driving the Tail!