Public Relations Officer

Your club has an upcoming Committee vacancy for a Public Relations Officer.
In preparation for this year’s AGM, we will be looking for a new member to take on the role of promoting your club’s events, activities, and communication.

The PRO role oversees the promotion of the club, its events, communication with members and with the wider custom and classic vehicle scene.

A brief overview of this vibrant role includes:

  • Promotion of the club’s events and generic club advertising
  • Helping to coordinate the NSRA’s participation at other events
  • Getting information to the membership by Street Gasser, the club’s website, forum, newsletters and social media accounts.
  • Being involved at the shows with organising the trophies, creating event designs, helping with the cruises and coordinating event programmes.
  • Taking loads of photos and videos and helping to keep the club seen online!

To give you an overview of the wider Committee duties, we have 6-7 Committee meetings a year. Every Committee member attends the Southern Swap Meet, the Fun Run and Hot Rod Supernationals. As you’ve probably seen we work pretty solidly for the duration of the events, but it is a really rewarding! The other events, the Northern Swap Meet, Nostalgia Nationals, Dragstalgia and Hot Rod Drags are optional – we just need a small crew to run the pit passes and stand which we all take in turns. We do have quite a few non-NSRA events throughout the year such as American Speedfest, NEC Classic Car Show, Retro Rides, Sywell Pistons & Props etc. These events only require one or two committee members, and they are more of a social get together. We get lots of opportunities to go to different events, so there might be somewhere you really want to go to but have never had the opportunity in the past. 

This upcoming role is a real opportunity for someone who loves getting to know people, knows their way around social media accounts and wants to get involved in the running of your club. The whole Committee really are a friendly bunch. We have a few laughs along the way (more than a few!), and we are always there for each other and offer help and guidance. As a personal perspective, you get to meet so many people you would not usually meet. We have made so many lifelong rodding friends that we would not have necessarily made had we not been part of the NSRA Committee and Crew.

Hannah will be still be helping behind the scenes and will help the new Officer find their feet.

For further details on the Public Relations Officer role, please contact Hannah on email hidden; JavaScript is required or Sue on email hidden; JavaScript is required or