BMW CLUB

ABOUT US.

It is this special enthusiasm that connects BMW enthusiasts with each other around the world. Whether on two wheels or four, BMW vehicles were and continue to be exceptional, the joy of driving is synonymous with BMW. More than 200,000 people around the world are already sharing this enthusiasm as members in some 700 officially recognised BMW clubs.

This is the largest club organisation in the world in the premium vehicles, automotive and motorcycle segment. We at BMW are very proud of our committed friends; every one of them is a valuable brand ambassador. That is why we want to be on hand to offer advice and help.

The BMW Club & Community Management, BCCM for short, has its head office at the BMW Group Classic site in Munich. We are the central contact point for communication between club organisations, BMW Group Classic, BMW AG, central BMW distribution points, national BMW sales subsidiaries and importers.

We provide help and support all around the world. Whether it concerns recognition of new BMW clubs or questions about club or umbrella organisation matters, BCCM is your partner. We can advise you on how to organise club events, conferences or visits to BMW facilities. We also provide active assistance in redesigning emblems and publicity material.

BCCM – a powerful partner.

Each individual BMW club is independent; its focus and orientation are independent of BMW. The clubs are subdivided by continent and region: Europe, America, Africa, Australia and Asia Pacific. Within these groups, clubs are divided into international and national umbrella organisations. The BMW Classic and Series clubs have a separate internationally active section. They take care of everything concerning the maintenance and restoration of classic BMW vehicles.

This global organisation for BMW motorcycle and car enthusiasts provides a unique platform for exchanging experience and knowledge. An elected council also represents the interests of the clubs. This BMW Clubs International Council consists of 20 delegates, whose regional composition is determined by the respective number of members. Approximately 40 representatives from the umbrella associations meet at the annual council meetings. They have specialised in specific series and development periods and this has entailed commitment to the upkeep and restoration of historic BMW vehicles.

BMW Clubs Asia was formed in 2006 and it is the umbrella organization for all the BMW Clubs in Asia, excluding Japan. At present BMW Clubs Asia has members in China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and Philippines.

BMWCCI was established on May 24th, 2003, in Jakarta Indonesia. BMWCCI officially became a member of the International BMW Club Organization in BMW Clubs Council Meeting in Pretoria, South Africa, on Thursday, December 14th, 2006.

BMWCCI has grown, the umbrella from 25 Chapter and 2 Registers with a membership of more than 3000 members and spread all over the country and will continue to grow with the submission from the region to become part of BMWCCI.

Initially prospective BMW member clubs proposed the BMW club name is BMW Club of Indonesia. However, given the club’s previous name already exists, which is a special club motorcycle BMW Motorrad Club Indonesia., Finally agreed the name of the club changed to BMW Car Club of Indonesia (hereinafter referred to BMWCCI). Naming of the Club is adapted to similar Club name formats in various other countries. At a meeting at BMW Astra on Proklamasi Street, BMWCCI members agreed to agree on the draft of the BMWCCI Articles of Association and the name of the club. Thus BMWCCI was born on 24 May 2003 with an initial number of 23 members. Similarly, the work background and age of BMWCCI members. This is in accordance with the nature of BMWCCI which is open and free.
On Thursday, December 14, 2006 BMWCCI officially became a member of the International BMW Club Organization. Officially BMWCCI became a member of the International Council of BMW Clubs after their annual meeting in Pretoria, South Africa in October 2006.
International BMW Club Organization itself was established in 1981 and has about 600 clubs with over 200,000 members worldwide. It includes the BMW classic and new BMW cars, with the same goal being to share the legendary BMW slogan “sheer driving pleasure”.
With the development of BMWCCI members to exit Jakarta even to the region then there is a discourse to create representatives in the region. And advice from BMW International Council Ex President, Ian Branstom. should make Umbrella Club only, all become a container for all Club in Indonesia in the future. With the change of format then the Club name is also changed to BMW Car Clubs Indonesia. Cirebon Chapter is the first Club Member to use the name of BMW Car Clubs Indonesia Cirebon Chapter.

VISION, BMWCCI as a club that has added value to its members, BMWCCI as a club not only as an automotive community but as a solid BMW Car Clubs and well known in national and international level.

MISSION, BMWCCI formed its solid, compact and family-friendly members through related events that can bring good name of BMWCCI. Grow a sense of belonging and love of the members to the club and his vehicle. Provide added value and benefit to members and clubs.

BMW Forever. Forever BMWCCI.

BMWCCI

OFFICIAL 2017-2019.

Gerry Nasution.

Board of Advisory.

Asido Regazzoni S.

President.

Sigit Prasetyo.

Vice President.

Benhard Sibarani.

Board of Advisory.

Bayu Wibowo.

Secretary.

Martin Wiganda

Treasury.

M. Soleh Al Hakeem.

General Public Relation.

Reza Salfredy Sofyan.

PR Regional 1.

Apriyanto Sugi Rizki.

PR Regional 2.

Indra Wardana.

PR Regional 4.

Feryanto Peng

PR Regional 4.

Deny SH, MKm, PPAT.

Notarial Legal.

Iriansyah.

Technical Advisor.

Bonifatius Shindu H.

Technical Advisor.

Haydar Al-Joefri.

Branding, Informatics & Social Media.

Hafid Zaini.

Branding, Informatics & Social Media.

Dadan Drajat M.

Organization Guard.

Ressa Yudha.

Organization Guard.

Prima Reonaldo.

Financial Supply Division.

Cahyo Srikresno.

Financial Supply Division.

Benny S. Lubis.

Financial Supply Division.

Prihadi Ramadhany.

National Event Officer.

Rudy Prasetyo.

National Event Officer.

Dwi A. Danuswara.

Documentation.

A. David Prabowo.

Documentation.

Arman Boediaman.

Merchandise

Ismaryanto Aliudin.

Merchandise

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