At TACP, we cultivate Genuine Camaraderie AND Mutual Respect. Big words indeed.
As such, everyone knows each other, and appreciates every person's
uniqueness and individuality. Although each person has his/her
own circle of friends, members are not accountable to their barkadas
but rather to themselves--they are advised to decide on their
own free will on matters concerning not only the Club but also
life in general.
Therefore, we are able to maintain a healthy relationship with
each other. We eat together, cheer our entries to legal racing
events and car shows together, play music together, compete with
each other in sports events...we even spend the holidays together.
This is easily manifested in the PICTURES that we take in our
gatherings and events--formal and informal. In short, the FUN
comes naturally that TACP has already become a second family to
most of us.
This atmosphere is a natural breeding ground for more positive
things such as Discipline and Social Awareness. Again, more big
words. But whenever you feel you are with family--there is no
need to impress anyone, no impulse to make-pretend--that's the
time when one can be himself/herself--and be the best the he/she
can be. As such, members observe good driving habits on the road--whether
they drive a slow unmodified car or a heavily-upgraded race-ready
turbocharged blitzer. We also help efforts to combat dangerous
street racing by only joining legally-sanctioned race events.
As they say, Race the Strip, NOT the Streets!
We also try to attend to our civil responsibilities by making
our events socially-relevant.To reflect our gratitude for being
given the chance to drive our own cars, we try to give back to
the community through charity drives, disaster relief missions,
outreach programs and the like.
As one of the Country's pioneer Car Clubs, we know that much
is expected from us. We will continue to strive and make best
efforts to epitomize the model Filipino Toyota enthusiast. We
continue to improve ourselves and learn along the way--and are
having an awfully good time doing it!
If you want to be associated with this kind of Group, then please
go to "Forums" in the main web page and register. This
is your first step to becoming a member. Or you may drop by at
any of our events (we meet at least once a month--every last Saturday
of the month at the Fort).
The membership process IS NOT EASY--you'll need to know TACP
and be known to TACP--and when you become a member and get your
esteemed TACP sticker, it doesn't end with that, but rather, that's
just the start of your own unique experience.
If you want to see for yourself how these big words are being
realized, then perhaps it's worth a shot. TACP membership is NOT
for everyone--but when you feel what it means to be part of the
TACP Family, you'll realize that it's Something to be Proud of.
Do you have what it takes?