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On Friday, June 18th at the At the Mid America Ford and Team Shelby Nationals, there will be will be a meeting to organize the National Team Shelby Organization. We will be looking at the following areas:

 

National leadership roles

National leadership Responsibilities

Team Structure Team Communications

Team Startup Timetables

 

If you wish to attend and be a part of this exciting opportunity please contact

Jim Wicks jim@midamericafordmeet.com <mailto:jim@midamericafordmeet.com>

 

OR

 

Tim Stieve timstieve@hotmail.com <mailto:timstieve@hotmail.com> hope to see you in Tulsa.

 

 

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On Friday, June 18th at the At the Mid America Ford and Team Shelby Nationals, there will be will be a meeting to organize the National Team Shelby Organization. We will be looking at the following areas:

 

National leadership roles

National leadership Responsibilities

Team Structure Team Communications

Team Startup Timetables

 

If you wish to attend and be a part of this exciting opportunity please contact

Jim Wicks jim@midamericafordmeet.com <mailto:jim@midamericafordmeet.com>

 

OR

 

Tim Stieve timstieve@hotmail.com <mailto:timstieve@hotmail.com> hope to see you in Tulsa.

 

 

 

 

What if someone wants to partisipate but can't make it to the nationals?

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On Friday, June 18th at the At the Mid America Ford and Team Shelby Nationals, there will be will be a meeting to organize the National Team Shelby Organization. We will be looking at the following areas:

 

National leadership roles

National leadership Responsibilities

Team Structure Team Communications

Team Startup Timetables

 

If you wish to attend and be a part of this exciting opportunity please contact

Jim Wicks jim@midamericafordmeet.com <mailto:jim@midamericafordmeet.com>

 

OR

 

Tim Stieve timstieve@hotmail.com <mailto:timstieve@hotmail.com> hope to see you in Tulsa.

 

 

 

 

Jim/Tim,

 

Email sent.... Can't wait!!! See you in Tulsa...

 

Stuart

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Thanks for all the positive responses. We need a lot more participation.

 

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We need people in these areas. Here'syour chance to make a difference

 

 

 

Somehow, Colorado, with 54 14000+ mountain peaks, doesn't seem like a member of the "plains" organization :)

 

This forum uses a "mountain" designation that fit much better.

 

Here's an answer to a Trivia question: Colorado has the highest, lowest point - at 3315' on the Arikaree River at the Kansas border. Colorado's lowest point is higher than the high point of 18 states. OK, that's two trivia points.

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Somehow, Colorado, with 54 14000+ mountain peaks, doesn't seem like a member of the "plains" organization :)

 

This forum uses a "mountain" designation that fit much better.

 

Here's an answer to a Trivia question: Colorado has the highest, lowest point - at 3315' on the Arikaree River at the Kansas border. Colorado's lowest point is higher than the high point of 18 states. OK, that's two trivia points.

 

 

Hard to make everyone happy but, There will be no taboo subjects. But, I will say, plenty of plains, be it high plains in CO :)

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Hard to make everyone happy but, There will be no taboo subjects. But, I will say, plenty of plains, be it high plains in CO :)

 

 

The point is:

 

If you need to organize on geographies why not use the same geographies already used here?

 

(These got shifted around some time ago much to the chagrin of those who were used to them. Many posts were moved across the country. Somehow all of the Colorado posts ended up with Washington. Let's not reorganize again, please?)

 

Just a thought...

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The point is:

 

If you need to organize on geographies why not use the same geographies already used here?

 

(These got shifted around some time ago much to the chagrin of those who were used to them. Many posts were moved across the country. Somehow all of the Colorado posts ended up with Washington. Let's not reorganize again, please?)

 

Just a thought...

 

 

We will add that to the discussion

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Thanks for all the positive responses. We need a lot more participation.

 

TeamShelby.jpg

 

We need people in these areas. Here'syour chance to make a difference

What do the people in these areas do ?

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Maybe I missed something here?

 

What will this accomplish? What's the purpose? Kinda odd that SA isn't involved or at the very least made some form of an announcement?

 

Just a bit confused?

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Maybe I missed something here?

 

What will this accomplish? What's the purpose? Kinda odd that SA isn't involved or at the very least made some form of an announcement?

 

Just a bit confused?

 

 

SA has been involved from the get go. Jim Wicks was chosen to get things going by SA. Its envisioned that the purpose will to be coordinate events within a region and assist Team Shelby members where needed. Thats about all I can say now because we feel it should be the membership that drives the goals and not any one person. Anything else said would be premature. Again, this should be member driven.

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I would seriously reconsider the divisions on the map:

 

You got one region, the Great Plains with a total population of 4 million, while the Northeast has a population of almost 75 million.

Plus we already have a Shelby Owners Association of the Carolinas and Virginia, http://www.teamshelby.com/forums/index.php?/topic/50676-soacv-now-forming/page__p__851480entry851480

Yet the map in this thread has them in two different areas. Except for maybe folks in the DC area, VA folks don't consider themselves part of the "Northeast"

 

The current TS regions are based on 9 official US divisions:

 

1. (New England) 14 million

Maine

New Hampshire

Vermont

Massachusetts

Rhode Island

Connecticut

 

2. (Mid-Atlantic) 41 million

New York

Pennsylvania

New Jersey

 

3. (East North Central) 47 million

Wisconsin

Michigan

Illinois

Indiana

Ohio

 

4. (West North Central) 20 million

North Dakota

South Dakota

Nebraska

Kansas

Minnesota

Iowa

Missouri

 

5. (South Atlantic) 59 million

Delaware

Maryland

District of Columbia

Virginia

West Virginia

North Carolina

South Carolina

Georgia

Florida

 

6. (East South Central) 18 million

Kentucky

Tennessee

Mississippi

Alabama

 

7. (West South Central) 36 million

Oklahoma

Texas

Arkansas

Louisiana

 

8. (Mountain) 22 million

Idaho

Montana

Wyoming

Nevada

Utah

Colorado

Arizona

New Mexico

 

9 (Pacific) 49 million

Alaska

Washington

Oregon

California

Hawaii

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I would seriously reconsider the divisions on the map:

 

You got one region, the Great Plains with a total population of 4 million, while the Northeast has a population of almost 75 million.

Plus we already have a Shelby Owners Association of the Carolinas and Virginia, http://www.teamshelby.com/forums/index.php?/topic/50676-soacv-now-forming/page__p__851480entry851480

Yet the map in this thread has them in two different areas. Except for maybe folks in the DC area, VA folks don't consider themselves part of the "Northeast"

 

The current TS regions are based on 9 official US divisions:

 

1. (New England) 14 million

Maine

New Hampshire

Vermont

Massachusetts

Rhode Island

Connecticut

 

2. (Mid-Atlantic) 41 million

New York

Pennsylvania

New Jersey

 

3. (East North Central) 47 million

Wisconsin

Michigan

Illinois

Indiana

Ohio

 

4. (West North Central) 20 million

North Dakota

South Dakota

Nebraska

Kansas

Minnesota

Iowa

Missouri

 

5. (South Atlantic) 59 million

Delaware

Maryland

District of Columbia

Virginia

West Virginia

North Carolina

South Carolina

Georgia

Florida

 

6. (East South Central) 18 million

Kentucky

Tennessee

Mississippi

Alabama

 

7. (West South Central) 36 million

Oklahoma

Texas

Arkansas

Louisiana

 

8. (Mountain) 22 million

Idaho

Montana

Wyoming

Nevada

Utah

Colorado

Arizona

New Mexico

 

9 (Pacific) 49 million

Alaska

Washington

Oregon

California

Hawaii

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As has already been said, everything will be considered. Population is a good thing to consider but, it is not exclusive. And there are many Shelby clubs scattered across America. I will make sure this get brought to the meeting. Thanks

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As has already been said, everything will be considered. Population is a good thing to consider but, it is not exclusive. And there are many Shelby clubs scattered across America. I will make sure this get brought to the meeting. Thanks

Thanks for your response. Another option would be to use an existing division map such as the sports car of America (SCCA) divisions, or some other automotive related entity

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There was a whole thread on this subject on here last year that may provide additional insight on the regional clubs...

http://www.teamshelby.com/forums/index.php?/topic/37992-team-shelby-regional-clubs

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Thanks for your response. Another option would be to use an existing division map such as the sports car of America (SCCA) divisions, or some other automotive related entity

divisions.gif

 

There was a whole thread on this subject on here last year that may provide additional insight on the regional clubs...

http://www.teamshelby.com/forums/index.php?/topic/37992-team-shelby-regional-clubs

 

 

Thanks, We willl look at this also

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Tim,

 

When you say "Friday", I'm ASSuming that means Friday night? Jim wouldn't schedule something like this during the middle of the biggest track day of the meet? Or should we miss participating in the "Late-Model Race" :finger:

 

What time is the meeting scheduled and where? (Hopefully close to the bar at the Marriott) :rant2::hysterical:

 

For the (preliminary) record, I like AFBLUE's first map. While Pop. density is important back east, driving distances and cultural connections are just as important in the west. We'll save the rest of that discussion for Tulsa though :salute:

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Tim,

 

When you say "Friday", I'm ASSuming that means Friday night? Jim wouldn't schedule something like this during the middle of the biggest track day of the meet? Or should we miss participating in the "Late-Model Race" :finger:

 

What time is the meeting scheduled and where? (Hopefully close to the bar at the Marriott) :rant2::hysterical:

 

For the (preliminary) record, I like AFBLUE's first map. While Pop. density is important back east, driving distances and cultural connections are just as important in the west. We'll save the rest of that discussion for Tulsa though :salute:

 

 

 

I wont repeat what Jim said :hysterical: but,yes, evening. Time to be determined.

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