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Porsche Parade 2016 - Jay Peak, VT: Registration closed

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Registration is closed.

For those that do not yet have housing, Jay Peak Resort on-site housing is currently sold-out. However, if you can find housing, you are welcome to attend Parade. We and our housing partner, Conference Direct, will be happy to work with you to find alternative housing. 

Porsche Parade Website

Parade Registration Information

2016 Parade Competition Rules

Join your fellow Porsche Club of America members at Porsche Parade 2016, Jay Peak, Vermont.

Parade is PCA's annual, weeklong event when thousands of members descend upon a new location every year to explore in their Porsches — often in Parade-organized driving tours — in addition to other events such as autocross, concours, time-speed-distance and gimmick rallies, banquets, regional-specific activities, and more. Bring the kids, too, as they'll be kept busy with activities including model Porsche concours, RC car racing, and ice-cream socials (well, adults can join in the ice-cream, too).

Parade is less than two months months away, but we encourage you to start planning now. Keep tabs on this event page for more information as it becomes available.

UPDATE (4-15-2016): Jay Peak Change in Management

The governor of Vermont revealed on April 14th that the owners of Jay Peak and Q Burke ski resorts are under Security and Exchange Commission investigation.  Leisure Hotels and Resorts have been brought in to oversee day-to-day business while current Jay Peak Resort ownership works with the SEC.  As noted in the accompanying press release the investigation should not affect resort operations.

Conference Direct together with PCA National and Parade Staff have taken immediate action.   Conference Direct and PCA will be meeting with Leisure Hotel and Resorts executives today to know, what, if any, implications this investigation and the change in management may have on the operations of the Jay Peak Resort affecting Parade.  If there is concern that the operations may be affected Conference Direct and PCA will be positioned to respond accordingly.

The other resort mentioned in the investigation, Q Burke, has not been opened and therefore does not impact any Parade events or housing.

Since Jay Peak Resort is a vital part of the northern Vermont economy we feel that operations of the Jay Peak Resort will not be interrupted and a successful Parade will proceed as planned.

Download Press Release

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