Welcome to the North Atlantic Audi Club!
A new chapter in the Audi Club of North America has been formed to serve members in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. The North Atlantic Chapter will be able to take advantage of geographic proximity to enhance and complement the experience of members living in a relatively close radius of Boston. Members familiar with the home of Fenway Park and the infamous “Nor-easter” know well the high concentration of Audis in Quattro Country! We knew without a doubt that we would find talented and willing members to support this new venture and make it a success. We have not been disappointed.
If you’re asking yourself why we formed a new chapter, you might not be alone. The answer is simple. The Northeast Chapter (NEQ) is still thriving and we look forward to supporting each others’ efforts for members living in either area as well as those lucky enough to come visit us. Unfortunately, Buffalo, NY is closer to Chicago, IL than it is to Portland, ME.
This chapter exists for the benefit of its current members as well as the new ones we hope to attract through social events, scenic drives, performance/DIY clinics, parent/teen driver clinics, and driver education events at New Hampshire International Speedway. Not all at once, but we’ll get there.
Interim officers and directors are guiding us through the start up process right alongside our other volunteers. There is always room at the table for more. The best way to keep abreast of our slate of activities and find out how you can be an important part of the North Atlantic Chapter is to continue to visit www.naaclub.org. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Our Mission Statement
The North Atlantic Audi Chapter (NAAC) develops, promotes, and hosts a wide variety of educational, cultural, and sporting events of particular interest to the Audi owner community in safe and welcoming environments.
The NAAC provides opportunities for leadership and camaraderie through an organizational framework for the ACNA membership of Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island.
The NAAC is committed to fostering healthy and productive relationships to draw upon the individual talents of our members in order to be successful. We encourage volunteerism, professionalism, and shared responsibility for everything we do.