2017 Officer Elections

The 2017 nomination slate for elected region management is complete. The ARPCA leadership proudly presents the following candidates for your consideration. Please review the brief profile for each candidate and then click on the Vote Online button near the bottom of the page to cast your ballot.

Please cast your ballot by January 4, 2017.

The 2017 Officer Slate

Officer Candidate



Mark Hanson

Mark Hanson

Mark purchased his first Porsche in 1989, a guards red 1980 SC.  A few years later, he joined the Allegheny Region Porsche Club of America. Mark attended his first ARPCA business meeting and found that the most serious topic of the evening was increasing advertising revenue to help support the club newsletter. Thus began Mark’s participation in the club, securing additional advertisers for the Rundschau. A few months later “the board” created the new position of Advertising Chair. Mark was the first to hold the position.

After that first business meeting, Mark could be found at most club events: concours, road rallies, tech sessions and social events. His participation then evolved into organizing these events. In 1992, Mark attended his first driver’s education event at Mid-Ohio which quickly led to him becoming a member of the driver’s education operating team, chairing and co-chairing two events each year. Mark is also a member of our driver education program instructor corps.

As a member of Allegheny Region for 24 years, Mark has occupied numerous club chair positions including: Advertising, Dealer Relations, Rally, Track, Social, PVGP Chair and Rundschau Editor. On two occasions Mark has twice been recognized as ARPCA “Enthusiast of the Year”. Mark clearly understands the many facets of our Club as a participant, contributor and organizer, which clearly qualifies him to lead our club in the coming year.

Vice President

Andy Schor

Andy Schor

I have been a member of ARPCA for 14 years and have became more active recently. I have my own art framing business, providing framed record albums to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, as well as custom framing.

I also work part-time at FAST Company in Glenshaw as Office Manager. I have been a volunteer at the PVGP for over 25 years (jeez). I have been involved with vintage racing as a crew member and participant/volunteer in several DEs and auto-crosses over the years. Although I don’t have a “concours show car”, I enjoy a variety of car shows around the area.

Since becoming more active with the club and getting to know many fellow members, I can say from my own experience, “cars bring us together, but it’s really the people that make this club special.”


Beth Core

Beth Core

As a member and officer of ARPCA, I take great pride in how successful and gracious our club has become over the years. The enthusiasm our members have shown for our several events has grown to an extraordinary level. Our club raised thousands of dollar this year for many local charities. The PVGP Charities, Children’s Dyslexia Center of Pittsburgh, Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank & PA Wounded Warriors to name a few. I want to thank our generous members for their commitment to the club for such a successful year.

We have several social and track events throughout the year and I would like to encourage those new and old members that haven’t participated to please sign up for an event or two. We are always happy to see new faces. With that said, we are closing out 2016 in a healthy financial state and we are already planning a full year of great events for 2017. It is for these reasons that I am running again for the Treasurer position for 2017. Please take the time to vote. Thank you for your support!


Timothy Glace

Timothy Glace

Tim Glace recently joined the ARPCA after the purchase of his first Porsche; a 2015 Macan S. Tim returned to Pittsburgh in 2013 after a 33 year career with the Federal Government living in the Washington DC area, central Pennsylvania, and Stuttgart, Germany. Over the years, he has been an active participant in a number of car clubs including those for Mercedes Benz, Corvette, and Miata. He believes it is important to volunteer in pursuits that you are passionate about.

Online Voting will close January 4th 2017



For several years now, MotorSport Reg (MSR), has been used to manage the majority of our club activities. As in the past, MSR will again be used this year to host our election. Click on the above button to be directed to the election page on MotorsportsReg.com to cast your ballot.

If you are not an MSR registered user, you can quickly and easily create an MSR account. Click on the above button to be linked to the ballot on the MSR website. When attempting to cast your vote, you will be prompted to either log in to MSR or to create a new account. When creating your MSR account, be sure to include your 10-digit PCA Membership number and select Allegheny as your Region of record to validate your vote. If you have any questions or require assistance with MSR, send an email to the ARPCA MSR liason Tim Hronek.

We look forward to a great 2017 with your participation!!