LCOC Merchandise

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Re: LCOC Merchandise

Postby Marks » Mon Jul 01, 2013 7:55 pm

I also attended the membership meeting to find only 6 members including myself and nothing accomplished. Later at the meet I was given information that is making me consider leaving the club.

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Re: LCOC Merchandise

Postby JonW » Mon Jul 01, 2013 9:06 pm

Having been the Director of a national car club, I know the work that it takes to run such an organization. Having said that, I feel the LCOC is very lacking in some areas. Some of what they do is old-fashioned and not in tune with attracting younger members. But I will say that the meet in MN last August was my first meet, and we were made very welcome by just about everyone there. We had a great time, and to me that's the crux of what a car club is about. There are some good people in the LCOC, there jut needs to be some shaking up. Best of luck, John!
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Re: LCOC Merchandise

Postby John Mc » Mon Jul 01, 2013 9:26 pm

Very well said Jon. Thanks and it was very nice meeting you and some other new members as well....................and that's what its all about. Not only trophies, but a true fellowship packaged with a common appreciation of all Lincolns.
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Re: LCOC Merchandise

Postby CaptainDave » Tue Jul 02, 2013 7:43 am

Marks, what information was that?
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Re: LCOC Merchandise

Postby Marks » Tue Jul 02, 2013 3:00 pm

Captindave, Marks, what information was that?

I do not wish to repeat what was said to me at this time. I enjoyed being a member of LCOC up until this time. When I was told this information I lost all interest in the club. I hope that the person that revealed the information to me realizes it at some point. that they not only should not have said it to any one let alone me.

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Re: LCOC Merchandise

Postby John Mc » Tue Jul 02, 2013 4:10 pm

Don't believe everything you hear. Sounds like just a disgruntled member. No conspiracies here, just sometimes bad personalities. Been a great club for nearly 60 years, give us a chance.
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Re: LCOC Merchandise

Postby Stuart M. Cohen » Tue Jul 02, 2013 7:45 pm

Neil,

If you are the person I'm thinking about, did you find your Mark II yet?
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Re: LCOC Merchandise

Postby Marks » Wed Jul 03, 2013 2:29 pm

Stu,I was not looking for a Mark II.
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Re: LCOC Merchandise

Postby Marks » Wed Jul 03, 2013 2:53 pm

"]Don't believe everything you hear. Sounds like just a disgruntled member. No conspiracies here, just som
etimes bad personalities. Been a great club for nearly 60 years, give us a chance.[/quote]\

When the president himself tells you something and it involves you and he did not realize that,It was me he was talking about, yes I have a problem with that. I have been a member since 1993 and have enjoyed the club and the people that I have met. I guess you had to be there to get the full affect,
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Re: LCOC Merchandise

Postby Stuart M. Cohen » Wed Jul 03, 2013 3:08 pm

Sorry, must have been thinking of someone else.
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Re: LCOC Merchandise

Postby Highlander64 » Sun Jul 07, 2013 11:29 am

If I can get a decal and a badge, I'm sure my graphics person can get the decals recreated, and someone in PCA can guide me to where I can get badges custom done for a reasonable price.


I've always found it curious that the Mustang Club sends out decals for every one year member or renewal right on through a box of stuff for lifetime memberships, yet LCOC charges more and you don't even get a lousy sticker.
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Re: LCOC Merchandise

Postby timesgoneby » Tue Jul 09, 2013 6:57 pm

:smt006 Here I am again! I thank all of you that have voiced an opinion in the category concerning the LCOC distribution. I am not sure if this is where we should be, however, it is a beginning. I have read all of the posts, thus far, and sure find there are several members not at all happy with the LCOC. Perhaps, THAT IS WHY WE ARE HERE!

I truly understand, after reviewing the posts, that LCOC lovers wish to make it Correct. I would also!

Members of Any Club must first realize the "CLUB" is only worth the total of those members. Yes, we can have a great club , but only with members that are dedicated to the area they request. The LCOC meets are fun, HOWEVER, I ask _ "How can you have your car judged when you can not receive the Authenticity manual from which you will be judged????

There have been statements about staying a member since the club has a Great "Continental Comments" and photos. Yes, it does but hat is not a reason to "STAY"
a member. Look again, the judging, photos and all reviews are the same old judges and writers.

Sorry for any negative reply (response), however, I have had enough after almost 20 years? I have more fun with my Lincolns at a local car show or the finest of Concours shows in California.

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