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Laying down support for the NCM one brick at a time

Andy Bolig - May 23, 2014 01:38 PM

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Bricks of various sizes and shapes are available so whether you want to lay a large footprint or make a lasting mark however possible, the NCM has an opportunity for you.

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The preserved Flint bricks have been cleaned, and these historic pieces of the 1953 Corvette’s heritage are now available for Corvette enthusiasts to own. These unique bricks are offered with an engraved sequence numbered plate and certificate of authenticity.

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You can also have your name, business or Corvette club name engraved on a signature plate and attached as a permanent fixture incorporated into the Flint brick wall of the St. Louis Corvette Assembly Plant display of the Museum.

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Make your mark at the National Corvette Museum by buying a brick

Did you know that you can leave a lasting legacy at the National Corvette Museum while showing your support? The NCM has opportunities for enthusiasts to purchase a brick to either highlight their enthusiasm, in memory of someone or simply to show support for the NCM.

Bricks of various sizes and shapes are available so whether you want to lay a large footprint or make a lasting mark however possible, the NCM has an opportunity for you. They also offer the rare opportunity for you to own one of the "Flint Bricks". The GM Assembly Plant where the 300 1953 Corvettes were made in Flint, Michigan was razed in 2003.  Thanks to General Motors, the NCM has obtained the bricks to use as a fundraiser. The preserved bricks have been cleaned, and these historic pieces of the 1953 Corvette’s heritage are now available for Corvette enthusiasts to own. These unique bricks are offered with an engraved sequence numbered plate and certificate of authenticity.

You can also have your name, business or Corvette club name engraved on a signature plate and attached as a permanent fixture incorporated into the Flint brick wall of the St. Louis Corvette Assembly Plant display of the Museum. This permanent display is limited to only 620 usable bricks and each brick space reserved in the display area wall will be recognized with certificate of authenticity.

The Flint brick wall display is incorporated into a very significant area of the Museum and will be a lasting way to recognize our fundraising supporters. The display is limited to only 620 spaces. A similar wall display may be added to the Museum’s new addition at a later date.

Be sure to check out the many opportunities that the National Corvette Museum has for you to not only enjoy the history and heritage of your favorite car, but also show your support for those commissioned to keep the history alive. Go to www.corvettemuseum.com for more information or call 1-800-53-VETTE.

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