long hiatus, a way long hiatus I hope to be
back to updating this website a little more
A lot has
changed over the last few years. More
and more members have gotten rid of their PT
and are heading in new directions with other
cars. That doesn't change the fact
that many of us have become friends.
The PT brought us together but we can keep
it together. Many of the other PT
clubs are allowing other types of cars to
join in. But I think that for right
now the "Carolina PT Cruisers" will remain
seems to be the preferred method for many to
stay in touch and we do have a Facebook page
for those that are avid users of that
website. I have joined several groups
to keep up with some of the news.
the Beach is still our premier show.
Still the worlds longest running PT show.
Number 17 will be coming up this year with
some changes. We peaked in 2005 with
300 PT Cruisers in Myrtle Beach. A
decline in attendance has affected much of
what and how we do things now. As many
of you know, the fixed costs we have are the
same, 30 cars or 300 cars. Naturally
with fewer cars, the less money we have to
cover those fixed costs. The city and
the mall charge a flat fee and is
non-negotiable. Keep an
eye on the RTTB website for updates as they
message board is hosted by another company.
I've heard from a few of you that you've not
been able to sign on. They have had
some changes and quite honestly I don't know
what's up with them. I can't sign on
schedule a meet or get together. Even
hotter weather is headed our way.