PCA Palooza, which is in its sixth year, is a non-profit event to raise funds for the Morning Star Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, specializing in fish and wildlife service rehabilitation.
This year’s event hosted nearly 400 attendees and 209 cars from 12 states. Attendees had the opportunity to see the oldest Porsche sold in the United States before its voyage to the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, Germany.
Other attractions included an autocross event and keynote speaker Vic Elford, one of the most successful Porsche race car drivers of all time.
“We’d like to thank Wurth for their great support”, stated PCA Palooza Organizer Leonard Zechiedrich, “Each year the number of attendees increases, and our sponsors are key contributors to the success of this event.”
About the Porsche Club of America
The Porsche Club of America (PCA) offers driving experience, technical assistance and camaraderie for Porsche owners. Headquartered in Springfield, VA, the group’s core objective is to promote the enjoyment and sharing of goodwill and fellowship engendered by owning a Porsche.
The PCA was founded in 1955 by Bill Sholar and serves over 100,000 members in 139 local Regions, making it the largest single marque club in the world today.