"Conditions for Reintegration" with USAC meeting Nov 18th

Is Colorado getting closer to having a combined USAC/ACA association? This Friday your ACA club is encouraged to attend a special meeting with the CEO of USAC, Steve Johnson. Attached is the Full Agenda for the Meeting and below is a snippet of it

6:00 Welcome, Introductions, and Roll Call of Club Presidents

6:30 Presentation Steve Johnson, President & CEO of USACycling

6:45 Presentation Bill Barr, President, ACA Board of Directors
Clint Bickmore, Vice President, ACA Board of Directors
Chris McGee, Executive Director, ACA

7:00 Statement of Conditions for Reintegration

1- For the first three years in which the ACA serves as a Local Association of USAC, the USA Cycling
Development Foundation’s Center of Excellence of Award will provide $20,000 per year to the ACA for the
ACA’s Junior Development Program.

2- As per the LA Agreement, USAC will rebate the ACA $10 for each full price license sold in the ACA’s LA
area (Section 2.2) during the Term of this agreement. As all ACA license members who join USAC as a result
of the ACA becoming the Local Association are in excess to the 2011 licenses sold, the ACA is due an
additional $5 for each license sold during the 2012 Term of this agreement (Section 2.3).

3- The Local Association can set local policy regarding race points points series, upgrades, various LA fees,
including but not limited to: calendar fees, surcharges, race kit fees, officials’ fees and race day duties,
calendar date request fees, required EMT on site for all races, and the continuation of existing programs and
continuation of existing staff.

4- The ACA will work with USAC personnel on providing transaction process flow from the USAC license web
application to include ACA local association process flow. Additionally, the ACA will provide USAC web
personnel local association information to include with license purchase confirmation.

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Hold on there, Champ!

It will not be called B.R.A.C. It will still be called ACA. To support all that we currently love about racing in Colorado. To ensure race day quality that we enjoy and keep coming back for. To secure stability and strength and a voice within a potentially disconnected hierarchy out of touch with Colorado racing culture. If you like it he way it is. You buy your B.R.A.C. (we'll still call it ACA).

We now are paying for to

We now are paying for to ensure the race day quality that we enjoy and support all we love about racing in Colorado.

Obviously there was a problem with the way it, proven by the majority vote for change. Let's get rid of BRAC, ACA, or whatever it was called. It isn't needed anymore.

About last night....... Steve

About last night.......

Steve Johnson was condescending, aloof, not really interested in serving his customers despite his FOCUS bullcrap, and, in my opinion, someone who can lie through his teeth.

USAC has been given the keys to a fine automobile, I don't have much faith that they can keep it out of the ditch.

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Kris for the love of god would you switch to facebook or google+ commenting?

this unaccountable, meanspirited, unconstructive baiting is loathesome and makes discerning actual information from internet trolling nearly impossible.