Allegheny Region
Rolls-Royce Owners' Club, Inc.

RROC Allegheny Region

RROC Allegheny Region

The Allegheny Region was an early on part of our RROC. With aging members and busy lives it became generally inactive in the 1960s. In 1978 the last Chairman of the Region Fred Jones began resurrecting the our Region following an article seen in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette about a local member. Following that contact the Allegheny Lady began a new life, events were planned and well received. The membership began growing to the 70 or 80 members of the Allegheny Region today.

The Allegheny Region reaches from the Headquarters Region, Mechanicsburg/Harrisburg, to the Ohio Region and south to include West Virginia, Eastern Kentucky and Tennessee. It is diverse in membership with Rolls-Royce and Bentley models covering the entire range of production.

The Allegheny Region publishes the Allegheny Lady to keep our members informed of upcoming events as well as reporting the enjoyment of recent events. It participates in local car shows, and charitable events. The Region sponsors technical sessions, Spring and Fall Tours as well as being an integral part of the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix. It joins with the local Classic Car Club of America to support the old car hobby and encourage new members and encourage everyone to be involved. In 2014 the Allegheny Regon conducted the well received Annual Meet at Seven Springs.

Rolls-Royce Owners’ Club, Inc., (RROC)

The Rolls-Royce Owners' Club, Inc. is all about members helping members, preserve, restore, repair, use, drive and enjoy our Bentley And Rolls-Royce motorcars. Membership in your local Region is not mandatory but is highly encouraged. National members may opt to join one (or more) of our 28 Regions across North America. Regions offer members the opportunity to participate in driving tours (usually lasting one day to a weekend), outings to museums, and to dinners. RROC Regions also host technical gatherings where members meet with fellow enthusiasts who have similar cars and interests. Regions also publish newsletters on a regular basis and are a tremendous source of information on where to find local parts, service or cars for sale. Each group has a separate, additional membership fee. Societies are special interest groups that focus on a specific model or era of Bentley or Rolls-Royce motor cars. The Societies hold social gatherings, technical seminars, tours, and support National activities.

The Allegheny Region serves Western Pennsylvania, West Virgina, and Eastern Kentucky.