Corvette Museum Receives Grant for Teen Driving Program

Enterprise Teen Driving Grant
Pictured: Brad Bohannon and Melyssa Roberts with Enterprise, and Kellie Steen, Education and Guest Services Coordinator at the Museum.

The National Corvette Museum has received a $1,500 grant from Enterprise Holdings Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the company that, through its regional subsidiaries, operates the Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands. The grant is earmarked for the NCM Drivers’ Safety Academy Teen Driving program. The National Corvette Museum offers many driving courses to teach safe driving to teens. Situational Driving is offered monthly, teaching hazards of the road, inclement weather, texting, impaired driving, and more. Street Survival is offered twice per year in which students drive their own cars with an instructor, and practice different situations at the NCM Motorsports Park.

The Museum and Enterprise Rent-A-Car partner on a convenient transportation option for new Corvette buyers picking up their Corvettes at the Museum. Those flying into Nashville, TN can take advantage of a one-way car rental through Enterprise, and leave their rental car at the Museum before driving their new Corvette home.

The National Corvette Museum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Learn more about the NCM Drivers’ Safety Academy here.