Thanks to the Richmond Region for a great 61st ODMA Meet!  Tidewater Region was awarded the Old Dominion Trophy.


Thanks to the


for a terrific

61st Annual  ODMA Meet

 May 16th and 17th, 2014

Wyndham Virginia Crossing Conference Center

1000 Virginia Center Parkway

Glen Allen (Richmond), Virginia 23059


ODMA TROPHY - Tidewater Region

BEST IN SHOW - Mark and Sue Strang's 1953 MG TD (Tidewater Region)
DAVID CRUMP AWARD (Best Chrysler) - Tony and Leslie Scarpelli's 1964 Chrysler Imperial


What is the ODMA?

The ODMA is the only non-governing association of its kind in all AACA. The judging criteria and awards follow those of AACA with some exceptions. There are 14 member regions throughout the state of Virginia (Click the underlined names to go to that region's web site).

The "Old Dominion Trophy" is presented to the region with the most member participation points earned as selected from a large number of catagories (most judges participating, most non-winning vehicles on the show field, longest distance driven, and points for each individual vehicle award, etc). The "Walser & Edgar Rohr Trophy" is awarded to the region with the largest percentage of members participating in the meet, regardless of region size. The "Best in Show" trophy is awarded to the very best vehicle on the show field, as selected by the vehicle judging class Team Captains, the meet's Chief Judge, and the Chief Judge's assistants. 

Second Generations ODMAers - Bobbie Lawrence (with hand over his face), his son Doug on left (Vice President elect ODMA). Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Woodson (seated) their daughter Barbara Woodson Andres (President elect ODMA) and Merritt Horne of TRAACA. Bobbie Lawrence and the Woodsons attended the first ODMA meet (1953).  Merritt Horne first started in 1955.

2014 Old Dominion Trophy:
Tidewater Region AACA

Download the current ODMA Bylaws
CLICK HERE for the .pdf file


The Old Dominion Meet Association (ODMA) was formed in 1953 by three Virginia Regions:

The founding members were Dave Garriques from the Richmond Region, Edgar Rohr from the National Capitol Region and John Brown and Jeff Diffee from Waynesboro- Staunton Region. The first meet was held in Richmond in 1953. The 50th meet was also held in Richmond.



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