Posted 8/4/2014 7:35 PM (#79243) Subject: State Rep Forum
Posts: 1145 Location: Williston, Fl
Well you State Reps now have your form to use as you see fit. And I say that in hopes that it will be in a way to help USCA. It is “USCA Inservice Discussion.” This is a lock form to get in to get in you have to send me your “Log-On”. I do not need your password, and I don’t want it, just your log-on. Mine is Richardmc4. For those of you who replied to my e-mail of 6/27/14 you should be able to get in. if you have problem please e-mail me. Also any other State Rep or officers that would like to get in e-mail me your log-on.
Posted 8/9/2014 7:36 PM (#79349 - in reply to #79243) Subject: Re: State Rep Form.
Posts: 248 Location: Richton, MS
Sorry, but I am confused. Where do I find the state rep form? In the table of contents (for lack of a proper name) I see the "Board Forum" but nothing for state reps. Being new at this it might benefit me to communicate with other reps in my region. Thanks for any guidance you can give me.
Posted 8/10/2014 1:56 PM (#79360 - in reply to #79243) Subject: Re: State Rep Form.
Posts: 1145 Location: Williston, Fl
USCA Inservice Discussion is the name of the form. To sign-in I will need your sidecar dot com log-in. I do not need or want your password. For those of you that have sent me them can get in now. As you know we have a number of state with no Raps so we need all of to sign up.
Posted 8/10/2014 5:04 PM (#79364 - in reply to #79243) Subject: Re: State Rep Form.
Posts: 563 Location: TROTWOOD,OHIO U.S.A.
Hi Richard. I'm the Midwest Director. I'm not listed here but in the Sidecarist magazine. I just lost my KY state representive. Looking for a new one. Not sure which other state rep. I'm missing. Any full member of the USCA who would like to be the KY state rep. Email me at email@example.com, or click on any of the dave you see as moderator of most of the fourm here.
Posted 8/12/2014 8:15 AM (#79388 - in reply to #79243) Subject: RE: State Rep Form.
Posts: 370 Location: Crockett Tx
Richard; I guess you already have my log in, but here it is J.R. Keep up the good work. Maybe we can stir up some interest. Tomorrow(Wed.) is the day Fly,Mrs. Fly, Avanell & I go to AMA museum to see Hal's plaque. Will try to get pictures soon.
Posted 6/26/2015 5:45 PM (#85083 - in reply to #83098) Subject: Re: State Rep Form.
Paul; Chet here.
New member in Strawberry, Arizona seeks to communicate with like minded folks in Arizona. I have a BMW K1300GT that I'm going to attach Hannigan Sprint sidecar. I'm excited about this new adventure and looking forward to meeting others in the USCA.
Posted 9/8/2015 11:56 AM (#86137 - in reply to #79243) Subject: Re: State Rep Form.
Posts: 155 Location: jax fl
Richard I am back & somehow got on line .I have beat the cancer &had one eye fixed getting stronger everyday .dodn`t have campsite for YA`come let me know what I need to do .also have you spoke with doug about taking fl state rep job .bought a side car off e-bay so laddi can have her enclose . I have 3 more wks before the 2nd eye is done &then I can lift heavy things I`ll start instation @ that time stu
Posted 3/13/2018 1:37 PM (#96601 - in reply to #79243) Subject: Re: State Rep Forum
Posts: 428 Location: Inwood WV
Next item up , I think I am the WV state rep although its not listed in the last USCA handbook and the state of WV is not listed in the members section. But that's not a huge problem. Any way , how do I find this State Rep forum?
Posted 3/14/2018 2:32 AM (#96607 - in reply to #79243) Subject: Re: State Rep Forum
Posts: 14 Location: Tucson, AZ
Hey Bob! Welcome from the Arizona state rep. Hope to see you in Indiana.
Just had an idea. The USCA National board meets at our national rally. Would any other state rep be interested in getting together?