- Actual Growth
- Factored Growth
The two categories in the contest are known as the Factored Growth (Index) Category started in 1990 and the Actual Growth Category added in 1998. The Factored Growth (Index) Category winner is determined by a formula which equalizes the opportunity of any Region to win for the Factored Growth (Index) Category. The Region with the largest actual growth is the winner of the Actual Growth Category. A region can only win one category in any given year. Should the same Region actually have both the largest actual growth and the highest factored growth (index) they will be declared ineligible for one and only awarded the trophy/prize for the other. If you need additional information on how the two contests work see the Region Procedures Manual or contact the National Membership Committee.
2012 Actual Growth Winner:
Upper Canada Region
2012 Factored Growth Winner:
This award is given annually to the region(s) with the most outstanding web sites. Class winners are recognized based on their region size.
Download the final website results here.
Congratulations to the first ever overall contest winner:
Alpine Mountain Region
Heinmiller Newsletter Awards
This award is given annually to the region(s) with the most outstanding newsletters.
Class winners are recognized based on their region size.
Download the final newsletter results here.
Congratulations to the first ever recipient of the Betty Jo Turner Award for Newsletter Excellence!
Editor: Richard Bradley
For those of you who were not at the Rally Awards banquet, the Heinmiller Award has been retired and a newly created award named after the fabulous Betty Jo Turner, who will be retiring from her job as editor of Panorama at the end of this year.
Enthusiast of the Year (Lazar-Blanchard Memorial Trophy)
Commonly known as the Porsche Club of America Enthusiast of the Year Award, this
award is presented to the individual who best exemplifies the spirit and guidelines of
PCA. It is awarded each year at the PCA annual Parade. Based on nominations from
the various clubs regions, the PCA Executive Council selects the most deserving
2012 Enthusiast of the Year Recipient:
Jay Gratton, North Country Region
Family of the Year
This award is presented to a Porsche Club of America family which best exemplifies the spirit and guidelines of PCA. It is awarded each year at the PCA annual Parade. Based on nominations from the various clubs regions, the PCA Executive Council selects the
most deserving nomination.
2012 Family of the Year Winner:
Bob and Lisa Scheussler, Kris, Becky, Karin, and Bekah
and Lorri and Morgan Trotter, Orange Coast Region
Region of the Year (Ferry Porsche Trophy)
More commonly known as the Region of the Year Award, this award is presented to the most outstanding region which best exemplifies the guidelines and goals of PCA. It is
awarded each year at the PCA annual Parade. This award was first presented at the
sixth Parade in 1961. This award is sponsored by the Porsche factory and Porsche
Cars North America (PCNA) in the memory of Dr. Ferdinand (Ferry) Porsche.
2012 Region of the Year Winner:
First Settler's Region
First Runner Up
Second Runner Up
Loma Prieta Region
Long Distance Award
This award is presented to the member driving a Porsche the greatest distance to the
Parade. It is based on Official Road Atlas mileages, as opposed to the member’s
record, between the member’s recorded home city or town and the city or town of the
St. John's, Newfoundland
President's Parade Trophy
This award is presented to the Region having the greatest number of cars at the Parade, considering the size of the Region and distance traveled.
2012 Winner is:
Public Service Awards
This program is designed to recognize PCA Regions that conduct charity fund raising or
community service events.
2012 Winners are:
Silver Sage Region
Loma Prieta Region
First Settler’s Region
North Country Region
Zone Representatives Award
This award is presented by the Zone Representatives to individuals within PCA whom, in the opinion of the thirteen Zone Representatives, have distinguished themselves by outstanding contributions to the Porsche Club of America, Inc.
The PCA Zone Representatives' Award is made solely at the discretion of the Zone Representatives. This unique award may or may not be given annually.
The 2012 Recipient is:
Region Focus Editor & Policy Chair
Bill Sholar Memorial Award
The “Sholar Award” was established at the Executive Council Meeting in Itasca, IL on April 17, 1982. Any PCA member who is NOT eligible for the Lazar-Blanchard Award “Enthusiast of the Year,” will be eligible for this award. Those eligible would include all members of National staff, Committee Chairperson, Zone Representatives, special appointees, honorary PCA members, etc. This award was conceived to recognize outstanding contribution to the Club, above and beyond the execution of normal responsibilities. This award may or may not be presented each year.