Originally Posted by mojo_78613
Sorry to hear about your experience with United BMW. Not sure whether it would be worthwhile contacting CCA and get them involved if you have not done so. The following is from their website:
Access to our Technical Service Advisors for personalized advice.
Ombudsmen to help with dealer issues.
Outstanding national events including BMW CCA’s premier annual gathering.
Regional festivals, concours, and club-sponsored corrals at major road races
Driving schools, autocrosses, rallies, safety schools, and Club Racing.
Free classified ads on the website and in Roundel magazine.
Friends of BMW: A roster of fellow BMW CCA members who can offer coffee and conversation, repair tools, workspace, sometimes even help when you’re out on the road.
Availability of a BMW CCA affinity credit card.
Free BMW CCA decals available from the club office.
Access to all areas of the growing online community at BMWCCA.org.
Unfortunately, BMWCCA can't do anything as they are dependent on BMWNA.