There seems to be a club for just about any type of car enthusiast from Porsches and Panteras to Studebakers and even Nissan Cubes. These clubs create communities around beloved classic and collector cars and provide numerous benefits to its members from repairs and technical tips to hosting events where like-minded enthusiasts can form lasting friendships.
American Collectors Insurance, one of the nation’s leading providers of classic and collector car insurance solutions and a division of NSM Insurance group, recognizes the importance of these clubs and is eager to give back by helping clubs redesign their web presence to attract new members.
“The new program will award $45,000 in grants to deserving collector car clubs across the country who are active and charitable in their local community,” the insurance company says in its news release.
These grants will be distributed in the form of three website redesigns, valued at $15,000 each, in which an expert designer will work with the clubs to design a website that supports the club’s mission and long-term membership growth.
“At American Collectors Insurance, we believe that local car clubs are the lifeblood of the collector car hobby,” said Paul Choi, president of NSM Insurance Group’s collector car division. “Quite simply, car clubs are the pivotal resource for building community and connections for classic car collectors. As a testament to the important role they play, we want to invest in the growth of these tremendous and valued organizations.”
If you know of or are a member of a deserving car club in need of a website redesign, visit American Collectors Insurance’s website to submit an application.
American Collectors Insurance is accepting grant applications between June 22 – July 12. The three winning clubs will be chosen on July 20.
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