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The National Council of Corvette Clubs, Inc. (NCCC) was founded in the United States as an all volunteer, non-profit organization in 1959 by a small group of Corvette owners/enthusiasts! In 2009 we celebrated our 50th Anniversary and look forward to many more years of fellowship. The purpose of NCCC was (and still is) to promote interest in Corvette ownership and operation, to publish information on the use and operation of the Corvette and to establish an organized effort to encourage others to participate in the enjoyment connected with the use and ownership of the Corvette ~ America's Sports Car!
In the early days, the number of Clubs was rather small with all of the them being located East of the Mississippi. Today, there are about 250 Clubs in 16 Regions both East and West of the Mississippi! The membership in NCCC is comprised of more than 19,000 Members and is the largest non-profit, all volunteer Corvette organization in the United States! Come join us!!
NCCC President's Message
Get ready! Next week is the NCCC national meeting in St. Louis. Hopefully if you are planning on attending, you have made your room reservation.
At this meeting, you will get to see who is running for national office – VP of Competition, Secretary, Business Manager and Sgt at Arms. If you want to run for any of these offices, please contact me or the Nomination Committee. It’s not too late to put your name in!
Also at this meeting we will discuss what will be on the ballots for governors. For the first time, competition rulebook changes will be voted electronically for each change. It’s a good idea to be at this meeting or be sure to check the website for the finalized details. Besides the rulebook changes, there will be bylaw changes as well as the officer candidates information on the ballot Each governor will have the opportunity to vote instead of a warm body vote at the meeting. Now is your chance to SPEAK UP!
I had the opportunity to attend the Corvettes at Carlisle event this year. There were more than 3000 Corvettes at this show. Besides the Corvettes, there were vendors and sponsors and LOTS of great food! The York County Corvette Club had 146 entries in the judged concours! The club has done this many times and has a great set up to get the results sorted out quickly. Great job! I had a lot of fun visiting with everyone that stopped by our booth. We had lots of inquiries about our organization and signed up a few new members.
After Carlisle, I headed across PA and OH, made a pit stop to visit my family and then on to Bowling Green to attend the Anniversary celebration of the Museum and the 2023 Hall of Fame Induction ceremony. I had the opportunity to tour the Holley Building at the Motor Sports Park as well as see the updates to the Kimberlee Fast Pavilion that now includes some kitchen facilities. Great place to hold an event.
Be sure to check out the NCM website for updates on the caravans for the 30th Anniversary of the Museum. There is contact information to connect with the leaders throughout the nation. If you have not looked into these caravans before, each segment plans a fun time on the way to Bowling Green as well as events once you get here.
Speaking of anniversaries, here is a shout out to the Bel Air Corvette Club on its 50th Anniversary! I got to visit with a few of these members at convention as well as at Carlisle. Congratulations!
That’s all I know for now. See you in St. Louis!!