1963/64 Cadillac Chapter Website Membership Requirement Change

The 63/64 Cadillac Website at www.6364cadillac.com will transition to a Public Restricted Website.  This means that anyone can publicly view the website, however, you will need to be a CLC and Chapter member to post to the website.  

As of today, November 1, 2023, I am only allowing CLC (Cadillac & LaSalle Club) members to join the 63/64 Cadillac Chapter Website.

As of January 1, 2024, all non-members and their content will be removed from the website.  
This gives everyone that is not already a member two months to sign up to the Cadillac & LaSalle Club.  I will send out reminders as January 1 approaches but wanted to give everyone an early heads up.  After reading the details below, please consider joining the CLC and our Chapter if not already a member. 

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It has always been a source of confusion that non-CLC and non-Chapter Members have been able to join the 63/64 Cadillac Chapter Website. I am constantly getting the "I'm already a Chapter Member" comment from those that have joined the website but have never joined the CLC (Cadillac & LaSalle Club) or our Chapter.

  • Over the years I kept the door open to non-CLC members first, hoping they would eventually join, and second, understanding that the lowest annual membership rate of $35 the CLC offered was perhaps prohibitive. 
      
  • At this point we have over 3000 website members, with a large percentage being non-Chapter members. 
      
  • The CLC has also reduced their online only entry level membership free from $35 to $25. That is like the cost of a quarter tank of gas in 2023! 
        
  • Our Chapter has also always been FREE! Many regions and some chapters charge an annual fee. This means your only cost to join our online Chapter is the CLC membership fee which starts at $25 a year.
      
  • As of last year I bumped up my Chapter Discount on parts from 10% to 25%. That means if you spend $100 a year on Classic Cadillac Parts, I have basically paid for one year membership with the CLC and our Chapter! 

If you are CLC and 63/64 Cadillac Chapter Member --> Thanks for the Support!  We encourage you to continue to use our Forums and encourage other non-members to join the CLC, which will give then access to the forums. 

If you are not a CLC and 63/64 Chapter Member -->  check out the many benefits of membership at www.benefits.cadillaclasalleclub.org then join at www.join.cadillaclasalleclub.org

    

Jason Edge
Director & Webmaster: 1963/64 Cadillac Chapter
jasonedge64@outlook.com

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I hope everyone had a good Christmas.

With less than a week before we transition to a Members Only website, now would be a good time to Join the CLC and our Chapter if not already a members.

You can check out the many benefits of membership at www.benefits.cadillaclasalleclub.org 

... then join at  www.join.cadillaclasalleclub.org

I will post details of  how this will work 2 or 3 days before the 1st.
Stay tuned.

Jason. 

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