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Open session board minutes Salt Lake City, Utah, 7/14/2017


By Reece Mullins #143779


THE THIRD QUARTER BMW MOA Open Session Board Meeting was held at the 2017 International Rally in Salt Lake City, Utah. The MOA con- ducts open session board meetings quarterly at various locations throughout the year. All members of the MOA are encouraged to attend. The open session board meetings are a great opportunity for members to engage with MOA leadership and the staff. The fourth quarter open session board meeting will be held in Octo- ber, on site, in Des Moines, Iowa, the location for the 2018 BMW MOA Iin- ternational Rrally. At this time, the exact date has not been determined. Check our website, bmwmoa.org, for the latest updates. The board and staff always encourage as much member participation as possible. We sincerely look forward to hearing what the membership has to say.


BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: Presi- dent Wes Fitzer, Vice President Jean Excell, Treasurer Sam Garst, Secre- tary Reece Mullins, Directors Marc Souliere, Chad Warner, Deb Lower, Roger Trendowski. Former Outgoing Directors Jackie Hughes and Stan Herman.


STAFF MEMBERS PRESENT: Execu- tive Director Bob Aldridge, Director of Membership and Marketing Ted Moyer, BMW MOA ON Editor Bill Wiegand, BMW MOA ON Art Direc- tor Karin Halker, BMW MOA 2017 International Rally Chair Greg Feeler.


BMW MOA MEMBERS PRESENT: GS Giants Vice President Russ Kruse, Foundation Director Vance Harrel- son, ON Advertising Director Chris


100 BMW OWNERS NEWS October 2017


Hughes, Ambassador Muriel Farrington, Ian Schmeisser, Terence Davitt, Tom Gary, Dan Finazzo, Tracy McCarty, Alex Calder, David Mason.


President Wes Fitzer brings the meeting to order at 10:40 MDT and begins the meeting with introductions from each member present and an official welcome from the Board of Directors.


After introductions, President Wes Fitzer formally recognizes former BMW MOA board members, Jackie Hughes and Stan Herman for their numerous years of volun- teer service to the BMW MOA. Both Jackie and Stan are presented with a plaque com- memorating their years of service.


President Wes Fitzer recognizes Rally Chair Greg Feeler for his hard work and effort putting together the 2017 BMW MOA Iin- ternational Rrally at Salt Lake City, Utah.


COMMENTS BY GREG FEELER: Greg accepts his plaque on behalf of his two co- chairs Brian Burdette and Pat Carol. Greg thanks his co-chairs, Bob Aldridge, and the many volunteers who worked so hard to pull off a successful rally. Much hard work was put in to making the rally successful. “You focus these guys on any other project in the world and they pretty much solve it. They take it over, they make you look good, they take care of issues, and as the rally chair…I will not take any credit away from them, they are just amazing!”


Treasurer’s report – Sam Garst: Our investment account as of today stands at $616,502.70 which is in excess of our long term liabilities.


Executive Directors report– Bob Aldridge: Bob Aldridge introduces himself and pro- vides a brief overview of his duties to the members present. Normally, at the quar- terly meetings the Executive Director and the Staff present about an hour and a half slide presentation and briefing to the mem- bers. Due to the demands on the staff at the rally, Bob Aldridge conducts a two slide, brief overview on membership statistics and the overall finances of


the


organization: In the fiduciary role that I serve in we


have three basic sources of income for the MOA: membership dues, advertising income, and other income (events, Nation Safe Drivers program, and ancillary income.) On the expense side we have: The cost of


servicing our membership, the cost of goods, (creating hard goods; products like the Owners News, and the cost of shipping and production) and general and adminis- trative expenses (often referred to as over- head, or the cost of running the organization). Membership: Membership falls under


the purview of Ted Moyer, our Associate Executive Director. Under Ted, we have Ray Tubbs, Lesa, Howard, and Noelle Leopard. These staff personnel represent our membership services team. We mea- sure membership on a regular basis. (Bob Aldridge proceeds to brief the membership members present on the membership slide graph to the members present.) The graph represents total MOA membership num- bers from 2013 until present. (Bob explains the total numbers, their


ebb and flow over the years, and associates those numbers with Motorrad promotions, market influences, and the national econ- omy.) As a membership organization we find ourselves affected by forces that drive


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