The Porsche Club of America and the Central Wisconsin Region celebrates the finer things in life. We desire the comfort of good friends and good conversation, and we praise to a fault the world’s finest automobile. Since PCA’s founding in 1955, our close-knit community of Porsche owners has grown to 147 regions throughout the United States and Canada.
We race each other, show our prized possessions, and conduct rallies, AutoX (Slalom) and tours. Each of us knows our Porsche – or Porsches if we’re lucky – inside and out.
The Porsche experience reaches across the cars and the years to people, binding together the family whose name the cars bear, the men and women who design and build them, and those across the world who drive and cherish them.
We know the unbridled joy that a Porsche can provide, and we’ve built a community around that very feeling. The Porsche Club of America and the Central Wisconsin Region offers driving experience, technical assistance, and camaraderie second to none. If you’re as obsessed as we are about Porsche, join our club today. The road awaits.
The purpose of the Central Wisconsin Region is to bring together drivers of Porsche vehicles. Club membership will promote camaraderie among its members, provide information on brand vehicles, and organize recreational meetings, events, and excursions.
Recreational outings are designed to get to know our state and strengthen the links among Porsche car users and promote camaraderie among the members.
The club continues to provide its partners high-quality services by generating events that satisfy without exception by respecting the tradition and prestige of the brand and Porsche products while interacting with related clubs and the community in a respectful and proactive manner.
Additionally, the Club is committed to integrating and interacting respectfully with those communities that we visit, trying to approach them in an open and informal way. We want the communities to enjoy the presence of the Club wherever we go. The Central Wisconsin Region of the Porsche Club of America also carries out awareness actions among its associates in order to inculcate a prudent use of its vehicles and the unrestricted respect of the traffic regulations.
We revived the club web page in December 2020 and planning to make is the best Porsche Club page in the region. Service the Porsche community in the Midwest.
Many of us can recall the beginnings of the club and remember the days of wishing we had our own region, instead of having to go to Milwaukee for meetings and events.
In February 1986, over 35 years ago, it came to pass and we are still going strong.
There are 147 local Regions across the United States and Canada. They are arranged into 14 Zones. Most Regions have their own websites, so all the information you need can be found with a few clicks. The PCA Region Directory has links to the region’s website.
Zone 13 was created in 2001 and was carved out of Region 4. The eight Regions of Zone 13 stretch from The Upper border of Wisconsin to the Southern border of Kentucky. It includes Wisconsin, Central, and Northern Illinois, Southern Indiana, and Kentucky.