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Corvette Celebrates 63 Years of Production

The Corvette has been produced for seven generations over the past 63 years. Known throughout the world as “America’s Sports Car,” the Corvette embodies the concept of innovation. On June 30, 1953, the first Corvette came off the assembly line. In 2008, the United States House of Representatives passed a resolution that June 30th would …

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Kiwanis Thunderfest at Museum Friday

This Friday, July 1st is the annual Citizen’s First Thunderfest presented by Kiwanis of Bowling Green fireworks show at the National Corvette Museum amphitheater. This is the 45th year for the event. Rain date is July 2. Corvette Drive will be blocked off in both directions beginning at 4pm CT Friday and the gates for the …

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Craig and Sharon Conde Contribute to NCM Motorsports Park

Craig and Sharon Conde, Lifetime Members of the National Corvette Museum and members of the Corvette Legends of Texas Club in the Dallas/ Fort Worth area are no strangers to giving back to the community. “We give to charity every year,” Craig Conde says. In September, 2015 the couple donated their 1978 25th Anniversary Corvette, …

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General Motors to Invest $290 Million in Bowling Green Assembly Plant

Plant to upgrade vehicle assembly operations with new technologies and processes General Motors announced today that it will invest $290 million into the Bowling Green Assembly plant. The project will help employees continue improving build quality of the iconic Corvette and give the company greater manufacturing flexibility. This investment together with the technology and manufacturing …

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Drive Your Corvette to Work on Friday, July 1

The Fourth of July is right around the corner, and what better way to gear up for the celebrations than by showing off America’s Sports Car to your coworkers? Friday, July 1st marks the 16th Annual “Drive Your Corvette to Work Day.” Corvette owners across the world are encouraged to ditch their daily driver, and …

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