Corvette Homecoming starts off with a bang
Andy Bolig - May 13, 2014 11:28 AM
Whether you have a pristine vintage collectible, or just a plain daily driver, Corvette Homecoming has something for you.
Corvette Homecoming has evolved from a two day event to more like three. This year's event will be held on July 17-19. The goal is to give Corvette Homecoming participants a great variety of fun and interesting Corvette Homecoming activities. Please see their website at www.corvettehomecoming.com to view the schedule for each day.
Make sure to check out Thursday's schedule to find a day of fun and VERY interesting stuff! The fun starts out at the NCM’s new Motorsports Park and attendees will get an on-site look at the facility, and hopefully a shuttle around the track. Then, go to the NCM and receive a special treat from Life Member and former Board Member Dennis Smith. Dennis owns DDS Engineering who are the principle engineers for both the Motorsports Park and the NCM Sinkhole project. Dennis will be giving a presentation of the engineering aspects of both projects, then offer a first-hand look at the sinkhole area. Attendees will also view the “Great Eight” display of the eight Corvettes which were involved in the incredible sinkhole experience.
After lunch, there is a scheduled, private tour of the Corvette Assembly Plant. The Plant will have just re-opened after their 2 week shut down and will be building the 2015 models. Be sure to pre-register with the plant on their website so they can have adequate staff on hand. Find their registration section at: https://www.bowlinggreenassemblyplant.com/private-tour.php
After a full day of fun, why not come visit us under the judge’s tent for some cold drinks and our version of “Baseball, Hot Dogs, Apple Pie and Chevrolet!” This will be a no charge Meet & Greet for all registered and we will be accepting donations for our new charity “BRASS” who provide shelter for victims of domestic violence.
Make plans to attend the 33rd Corvette Homecoming!