Rolls Royce Owners Club

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The Rolls Royce Owners Club is an organization for classic car enthusiasts specialising in vehicles manufactured by both Rolls Royce and Bentley.

About the club

The club was established in 1951 by six enthusiasts - Charles Bradshaw, John McFarlane, Fred Roe, John Schaler, Peter Shavney, and Sam Shoup.

The membership has grown from an initial 212 members in 1951 to over 8,000 members today, spread throughout 50 countries and 28 regional chapters in the United States.

The club’s headquarters in Pennsylvania are also home to the Rolls Royce Foundation Museum and research facility.

Activities

The club hosts a number of events each year including the annual RROC National Meet, a six-day event which features educational and technical seminars, practical demonstrations, a grand tour, numerous family and social events and a Concours d'Elegance.

In addition, regional groups host regular events throughout the year across the United States.

The club also publishes the award-winning bi-monthly magazine ‘The Flying Lady’, featuring a wealth of articles, restoration advice, technical tips, information on regional groups, classified adverts and a calendar of forthcoming events.

Regional groups

Main article: List of Rolls Royce Owners' Club regional groups

Key members

  • Executive Director - Tim Younes
  • Administrative Assistant - Eileen Dilger
  • Bookkeeper - Bonnie Hake
  • Office Assistant - Kathy Zagoric
  • Shipping & Receiving - Michael Robbins

Forthcoming events

None currently listed

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