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Museum to Raffle Milestone 1.75 Millionth Corvette

1.75 Millionth Corvette
Arctic White with Adrenaline Red Stingray Coupe Slated to be Produced in August On June 30, 1953 the first Corvette officially rolled off the assembly line in Flint, Mich. – a Polo White convertible with red interior – and was followed by another 299 just like it for the 1953 model year. Now, 67 years …

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National Corvette Museum Offers Unique Sneak Peek of New Galleries

100 Loyal Enthusiasts Will Be Granted ‘Behind the Barrier’ Access As the First to See Three New Exhibits While an official reopen date for Kentucky’s museums and other tourist attractions has yet to be announced by Governor Beshear, fans of the Chevrolet Corvette have a new way to connect with the National Corvette Museum and …

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National Corvette Museum Announces Online Car Show

Online Car Show
Celebrity judges, sponsors, trophies and more bring the fun of car shows to those sheltered in place With spring car shows, races, and other automotive events having been cancelled or rescheduled, the National Corvette Museum has pulled together resources to offer then next best thing – an online car show. “Being a 501c3 nonprofit foundation …

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Corvette Museum Raffling Last 7th Generation Grand Sport Convertible Built

2019 Blade Silver Grand Sport
The National Corvette Museum is a 501c3 nonprofit foundation located in Bowling Green, Kentucky – just up the street from the world’s only General Motors Corvette Assembly Plant. The Museum hosts a number of Corvette fundraising raffles each year as a means to generate revenue for the foundation. Slated for raffle on Thursday, February 20, …

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Elfi’s Silver Pearl Sisterhood Awards Funding

Elfi's Silver Pearl Sisterhood
New Women-Only Philanthropic Society Selects Damsels of Design Exhibit for Award At the 25th Anniversary Celebration, the Silver Pearl Sisterhood had their inaugural luncheon, generously provided by Sisterhood Founding Member and NCM Board Chairman Emeritus Leslie Gardner. The group was tasked with reviewing four Museum projects and voting on which one their funds would support. …

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