Candidacy Statement for Paul Lillios
(Vice President)

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I started messing around with BMWs in the early 1980s, and currently have a 1987 M6 and a 1995 M3. My daily driver is an E39 528i.

As Vice President of the White Mountain Chapter I will improve relationships with sponsors and encourage growth in membership, while being accountable to you in club operations.

I have been a BMWCCA member for the past 15 years, and participated in social events, technical sessions, driving schools and meetings. Our local Chapter has historically been far more active than other clubs of similar size. I want to see that continue. Chapter leadership must encourage participation by all BMW enthusiasts, regardless of their diverse interest in fun rallyes/tours, picnicking, shade tree repair, show and shine, or driving skills. We must also find ways to attract and retain new, different, and younger members via social media while continuing to "real world" events such as Street Survival.

Dependable support from the sponsors of our newsletter, website and other activities is absolutely critical to keeping strong and financially viable. I am an Outside Sales Representative for a regional automotive supplier with a territory covers most of New Hampshire. In that current role I have already known and worked with most of the Chapter's long-time sponsors for a long time. In prior jobs as an operations manager, I was accountable for orderly and profitable operation of a manufacturing plant.

Your vote for me as the next Vice President is appreciated.

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