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How to become a CAFCNA Cruise Coordinator
« on: 01/31/06 07:14 AM »

How to become a CAFCNA Cruise Coordinator:

A CAFCNA CC is someone who develops cruises, get-togethers, meets  and local membership for a particular state and/or region. 

The job of a CAFCNA CC is not to be taken lightly.  Whatís involved?

A CAFCNA CC can expect to do the following:
- Organize small local get-togethers.
- Work with members having small get-togethers.
- Organize large cruises/get-togethers.
- Work with other CAFCNA CC on very large meets/cruise/get-togethers.
- Promote CAFCNA to members and possible new members.
- Plan activities to allow members to socialize at your get-togethers.
- Help new CAFCNA members.
- Keep forum discussion alive in your state/region.
- Recruit club members locally and online and get them to attend your functions.
- Actively solicit the support and aid from local Chevrolet and Cadillac dealerships (CAFCNA is NON-commercial).
- Serve as a point of contact in the forums, by e-mail, and by phone .

Itís not a fulltime job, but itís not something that you can give two-hours of time to and itís all done. The good news is that as your club grows people will start stepping forward to do some of the above tasks. The real problem is getting that first successful meeting. All told to properly setup and recruit for your first large cruise expect to spend 10 to 30 hours of time over a two-month period, that includes scouting out your route. To setup a small get-together will take less time and is a good way to practice for the bigger events.

The process of becoming a CAFCNA CC is actually fairly simple -
1. Candidate is an active member of CAFCNA in the local area in which they wish to represent.

2. Candidate should be nominated (send to appropriate Regional coordinator) to the position by member(s) from the state and/or area; in the case of an area with very little activity, a member may make a request to the Regional coordinator to become a CC.

3. CAFCNA Staff will discuss the individual's qualifications and vote as to whether candidate would make a good CAFCNA CC based on their activity on & off the site.

If the the above 3 are met then the staff will discuss with candidate and give candidate a CC bowtie.

If ya have any questions send a PM to a staff member.
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Re: How to become a CAFCNA Cruise Coordinator
« Reply #1 on: 02/21/07 08:08 AM »

Updated to refer potential CC to their Regional Coordinator.
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