The Bakersfield Car Club Council, BCCC, is a non-profit organization that represents car clubs in the Golden Empire and Central California. We have and invite clubs of all makes, models, types and venues of cars, trucks and specialty vehicles. The BCCC was established in August of 1988 to provide a forum for the interaction, coordination and preservation of the automotive culture in are communities. We are currently nearly 100 affiliate clubs and promote clubs helping clubs.
Encourage family participation in such sport and hobby; to promote friendship, help fellow affiliate clubs and organizations by attending their functions, supporting our communities and charities
There was and still is no cost to affiliated with the BCCC. Affiliate clubs select a person to become their club’s Representative, and this person attends the monthly BCCC meetings, which are non-mandatory. The BCCC Spokesperson(s) are responsible for running the monthly meetings as well as coordinating and organizing the annual Super Cruise event. They are also the contact people for the BCCC and frequently get contacted for various local functions that need cars or want to put on a fundraising event and need help. BCCC spokesperson, Chris Addington.
BCCC maintains a master calendar of local events as well as major regional events. Member club events are highlighted in bold. There is no costs for member clubs to have their events placed on the calendar as well as entries and flyers on the BCCC website at www.bakersfieldccc.org. Also new to our web site is a club section for clubs to post their club information and links.
Benefits of Club affiliation with BCCC
• No costs for clubs to be affiliated with BCCC
• Calendar of events, sent out to all affiliate clubs
• Web site access with club page on BCCC website with links to club websites, Facebook and twitter. Event flyers posted for download.
• Council Facebook page with events and updates
• Ability to post event flyers for member clubs on website
• Monthly newsletter with upcoming events, calendar and recent events.
• Assist new clubs in formation and open line for questions and help.
Monthly meetings, non-mandatory, are held at the Society for Disabled Children of Kern County, second Monday of the month, 6:30 pm, (1819 Brundage Lane, 93304).
For more information, contact us below:
Chris Addington, email@example.com, 661-345-1627
Bette Addington, firstname.lastname@example.org, 661-345-1629