A group of breeders, owners and dog fanciers got together to promote the breeding and exhibiting bulldogs at an organizational meeting in the Voyager Inn at Durham, North Carolina on Sunday, June 9, 1968.At this meeting, Dorothy and Art Trammelle, Tony and Vi Sucher, and Ira Cromer, all from BCA Division VII, came to help organize a new specialty club. All were members for at least one year, and the Cromers are still on the roster and attend meetings when they can.
The club was formed with 22 original members, and the name Triangle Bulldog Club was selected. A slate of officers was elected and dues were collected. With the help of the BCA Division VII members present, a constitution was drawn up and approved at a later date.
The first slate of officers was as follows: President, George Geddings, Vice President, Margaret Stokes, Secretary, Sarah Simpson, and Treasurer, Ronnie Qualls
The five member Board of Directors was: Dr. Bob Land, Hugh Martin, Bob McClesky, Vallie Thomason, and Neil Ragan.
Of the original 22 members, there are 17 who are most active in the club and rarely miss meetings. The club meets the second Sunday of each month at the homes of the members.