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The BMW Car Club of America introduces BMW CCA Roundel digiStrasse
Irving, Texas: The BMW Car Club of America announced a new informational product, the BMW CCA Roundel digiStrasse. Beginning June 7, this free, opt-out email resource will provide comprehensive news briefings of the week’s top stories for individuals and organizations interested in technology and disability.
The BMW CCA Roundel digiStrasse will increase your member value by keeping you informed through clips from an expansive list of sources compiled by BMW CCA's partner in this effort, MultiBriefs. Plus, it can be easily read in your office, home, or via your mobile phone or PDA.
ABOUT BMW CAR CLUB OF AMERICA
BMW Car Club of America enhances the BMW experience for members by providing services, support, information, and activities that promote camaraderie and encourage social awareness and responsibility. BMW CCA is a not-for-profit corporation governed by a nine-member elected board of directors – four national officers and five regional vice-presidents who serve the interests of the chapters. Each chapter is an independent corporation chartered by BMW CCA. Our headquarters is in Greenville, SC.
MultiBriefs is a leading publisher of association-branded email publications, providing comprehensive news briefing of the week's top industry stories to association members and trade professionals. A division of MultiView Inc., MultiBriefs has teamed up with more than 200 associations to produce quality news briefs for their industry.
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