Important Please Read The SOUTHWEST FLORIDA CAMARO CLUB has merged with TRI-COUNTY CAMAROS and has become the TRI-COUNTY CAMAROS SWFL CHAPTER.
Tri-County Camaros is the most elite and most active Camaro Club in the country and we are honored to be asked to become the third chapter in the state!
On 30 March 2013 the SWFL Camaro Club met and approved the merger with Tri-County Camaros. Previously enthusiasts were able to join the SWFL club simply by completing a registration form on the club's website. Unfortunately many that signed up never followed through and became active in the club.
Membership requires commitment of each member. In the future the club may not accept all individuals that indicate they want to be members; so please do not send any money and ask 'where is my shirt?' If you want to become a member of the Southwest Florida Chapter of TRI-COUNTY CAMAROS the only way to achieve that is to come out and become active in club activities and indicate your willingness to follow the tenets followed and enjoyed by the membership. Yes, we are a Camaro club, but to us it is much more than that. We are a group that puts the people and friendships first. The cars are great but let's face it: at the end of the day it is a car. We are not about quantity membership numbers. We are all about quality.
A minimum of at least one monthly meet will be set up for the chapter. The meets may be local or we may travel as a group to various activities to include joining our sister chapters for activities. There is a one time club membership fee of $ 30. With that fee you will be provided one Tri-County window badge, access to club only discounts with the many club sponsors we have, including some of the best performance shops in Florida. You will also have the ability to purchase other exclusive Tri-County merchandise only available to club members.
If this is the type of club that interests you and you think you have what it takes to be Tri-County then come to the club's next meet and let's get acquainted. Click on "contact us" below to learn more about the club.
SWFL Tri-County Members:
SPD2612 (John) 2011 2SS/RS LS3, Fort Myers
AFCMSGTRET (Jerry) 2011 2SS LS3, Lehigh Acres
BAD DAD (Mike) - 2010 2SS/RS, Naples
HOLLA72 (Jennifer) 2013 Dusk Edition Convertible, Cape Coral
JIMS2SSL99 (Jim) 2011 2SS/RS L99, Gateway
HD48 (Rob) 2010 2SS/RS L99, Cape Coral
NA (Jack) 2011 1SS Convertible, Ft Myers
INFERNO (Rick) 2012 LS1, Cape Coral
ACAMARONAMEDMAVERICK (Keith) 2012 2SS/RS LS3, Punta Gorda
NA (Eric) 1998 SS, Cape Coral
NA (Marty) 2013 ZL1, Cape Coral
CAMSS376 (Billy) 2010 2SS/RS LS3
CHERRYBOMB (Denise) 2014 SS/1LE
CAMARODREAMS76 (Dustin) 2013 SS/1LE
2012RS2LT (Eric R.) 2012 2LT/RS
NA (Ray L.) 2000 Z28, Lehigh Acres
Grizz9965 (Mike) 2012 2LS/RS, Clearwater
BadBowtie (Joe) 2010 2SS, Matlacha FL
NA, (Bill K) 2014 LS
NA, (Cody L) 1987 Z28, Lehigh Acres
Perfucto (Chris), Estero, 2013 ZL1
Union894 (Tony) 2010 2SS/LS3 + Permagrin, Cape Coral
More to come
If you have any questions, Use our contact form by clicking below Contact Us
Saturday, 21 February 2015, CAMARO CLUB MEET!!!!! Babcock Ranch
Tri-county camaro february meet at babcock ranch
Several club members had a very enjoyable weekend participating, and as spectators, and socializing at the Florida One Half Mile Shootout at Jumbolair Airport in Ocala last month. I wish more of you could have experienced the event and the hotel get-togethers. We were fortunate to witness a new half mile top speed record being set. Those of us that drove the 1/2 mile can tell you "it don't get no better than that!" Jim made an excellent flip a gram you can enjoy at http://flipagram.com/f/PoNG7BPWa2
Now it is time for another great club event suggested and planned by your fellow club members. If you are a Camaro enthusiast, and want to be part of a club full of really great people, I can personally guarantee this is an event you don't want to miss.
On Saturday, 21 February 2015, the club will be going to the Babcock Ranch and having fun at the Cecil M. Webb Shooting Range
The range is located on Tuckers Grade at Rifle Range Road. We will Camarovan from the Cracker Barrel Restaurant at the intersection of I-75 and Palm Beach Blvd.
Please be there no later than 8am on Saturday.
If you have FRS/GMRS Two-Way Radios please bring them as they make for great inexpensive communication between the cars!!! Several club members already have the radios and if you don't have them yet, please consider purchasing. Just think, when you're not using them for Camarovans, your kids or grandkids can have fun with them. I bought mine on amazon.com but you can find them even cheaper at several stores including Bass Pro Shop, Walmart, RadioShack, BestBuy, etc.
The plan for the day will be socializing and picnicking near the range. Some will also enjoy an overnight camping experience; so you may want to bring your camping gear and everything you'll need to make that fun. For those not planning to spend the night it's suggested you bring a picnic lunch, sunscreen, lawn chairs, portable awnings, drinks, etc.
Those that have firearms can also enjoy the firing range; so bring what you have with plenty of ammo, ear/eye protection, paper targets, etc., and get ready for some fun!
Your club will also be planning a trip to the Keys for early spring. Please come to the event on the 21st with your ideas and desires!!!
In addition to the above, we will be sending out information soon on possibly another dyno day at Florida Speed and Power in Bradenton in March (nothing firm on that yet) and Pony Wars in Valdosta GA, 17 - 19 April 2015 (more info is posted now at http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=392299).
See you in a few days!