OK, I think I know the answer to this, but I’m just going to make sure. I did do a search, but the results were all about 20 years old, so I figured it was OK to start a new post.
As a new Jag owner, I’m wanting to join the JCNA. I went to the JCNA website and it appears that there is no way to join the national organization without joining a local club. It seems that you join a local club and that automatically makes you a member of the national organization. Is that correct? It doesn’t seem to be spelled out real well and it is different than any other similar club I’ve ever belonged to (AACA, Early Ford V-8, Antique and Classic Boat Society) where you join the national organization as a prerequisite to joining a local chapter.
I have nothing against local clubs, but the nearest local Jaguar club is in the Chicago area, about 2 1/2 hours away. I’ll join if necessary, but it seems unlikely that I’ll be attending many local club activities.
(Also not meaning to sound like I’m griping; just want to get clarity on the path forward)