Barmah RC Car Club Vision for 2018 and Beyond

This post forms part of the vision we have for 2018 and beyond. We have several things in the pipelines at the moment. A few of them are mentioned here. Other will be announced in the near future.The Barmah RC Car Club is proud to announce that we have purchased a toilet and it should be seen at the track shortly. This will Primarily be for Women only. Men can use it in “EMERGENCY’S” Only. However, we are pleased to announce that we will also be purchasing a second toilet as well. Then we will have two toilets. 1 for Men and 1 for Women. We will then be setting

We have the Technology! The Barmah RC Car Club is proud to announce that we have purchased a toilet and it should be seen at the track shortly. This will Primarily be for Women only. Men can use it in “EMERGENCY’S” Only. However, we are also pleased to announce that we will also be purchasing a second toilet as well. Then we will have two toilets. 1 for Men and 1 for Women. We will then be setting about a huge campaign throughout Central Northern Victoria and Central Southern NSW. This campaign will consist of Fliers and a Video. The Fliers will be distributed to Service stations, supermarkets, community centres and other shops in towns such as Echuca, Deniliquin, Shepparton, Finley, Tocumwal, Cobram and many other towns. These Fliers Will Simply make people aware that we (Shepparton RCCCC & Barmah RCCC) Exist. What we do and how much fun we have. The video will simply go into those same subjects in more detail than a flier will allow. We really also want to project a family friendly atmosphere as well as a facility that caters to both Sexes of the community. We really want to see more women Drivers become members. Many have noticed there is a huge movement happening across Australia and the world in Womens sports. It would be great of we could tap into some of that energy and encourange more female drivers to join and take part.

Heres a screenshot of what has been done so far (Subject to change, it’s just a draft/idea really)

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Jayson Black

Administrator for barmahrc.org and other social media, and Temporary President.

Started racing with the BRCCC in November 2014 using a RTR Kyosho Inferno NEO Race Spec. Quickly upgraded to a second hand Intech BR5 Evo Pro supplied by Norm Guthrie of BRCCC & Barmah Hobbies.

Now Driving an Intech Br-6, using Savox/JX Servos, Nitro X Fuel, Proline and Beta Tires, Sanwa Mt-4 Radio, RB-Bx Engine

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