• Monthly Newsletter

    by Published on 9th August 2014 19:33
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    Club GTI Newsletter for August 2014

    Dear Members,

    July was a show-packed month, and for once, the weather held out for all of it! Let’s pray it can continue into August as it's shaping up to be another busy month with show, track and even rolling-road events. With Club GTI celebrating its 27th birthday and a successful GTI International for 2014, everyone is on a high and looking forward to August.

    VW Festival, VW Action and our own Club GTI rolling-road day at one of our sponsors and supporters Badger 5, to name a few, will be the highlights of the month. If you haven't already done so, please head over to the relevant forum threads to lend a hand, or to sign up to put your car on the Club GTI stand.

    It's also a good time to remind you of our September Curborough event to take place on Sunday 7th Sept. This is a fantastic day for everyone so make sure you head over to http://www.clubgti.com/showthread.ph...l-you-be-there! and see what everyone is saying. A report on this event will be up next month on the front page; please keep an eye out for it.

    Lastly, a reminder to check out our social network links. We have integrated facebook into the forum now so you can 'like' away (please no farmville requests!). Or if you are a Twitter fan then follow us on the link at the bottom of the page.

    Have a great August!

    Regards,

    The Club GTI Team
    http://www.clubgti.com
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    by Published on 2nd July 2014 22:11  Number of Views: 1708 
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    Club GTI Newsletter for July 2014

    Dear Members,

    GTI International has come around already!! Our Club plot is booked and we have 25 member cars booked on the stand! Tickets are still available from on the gates so come pay us all a visit!

    We look forward to seeing faces old and new this coming weekend at the 27th GTI International.
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