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AutoZone, Sonic Tools Help Grow Museum Vehicle Maintenance and Preservation Area

The National Corvette Museum’s AutoZone Vehicle Maintenance and Preservation area is a place of constant action with cars being prepped for display, regular maintenance tasks being completed to get Corvettes ready for a road tour and other transformations like the 1962 ‘sinkhole’ Corvette’s restoration, and now thanks to AutoZone and Sonic Tools, their home is …

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NCM Motorsports Park Launches New Corporate Training Program

The NCM Motorsports Park has partnered with Dr. Eric Keeling of CI&I Consulting to create an experience that will rev up your leadership team — Corvettes and Corporate America. Their new program offers corporate training through curriculum, effective communication exercises, team building activities and leading change. The program is built around an all-inclusive racing experience …

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Building Engines to Brighten Days

Earlier this year the Museum received a letter from Amy East of Brunswick, GA. Her son, 19-year-old Darren Pickren, is a Corvette enthusiast and mechanical engineering student at Mercer University in Macon, GA. Darren was on the President’s List, and Amy had purchased him a 1981 Corvette to restore. Life was good! “Right before Christmas, …

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Bowling Green Area Chamber Launches Second Year of the OnTrack Motorsports Education Initiative with New Partner National Corvette Museum

Today, the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce officially launched the second year of the OnTrack motorsports initiative with a celebration of the cars already in process. In 2015, the Chamber launched the OnTrack motorsports education initiative, in partnership with the Warren County Area Technology Center, Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College, Western Kentucky University, …

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Poker Run’s Proceeds Support Corvette Museum Fund a Fieldtrip Program

Some Corvette Clubs host a car show with proceeds benefiting the Museum, others donate their time by visiting and performing volunteer work but for one Kentucky dealership, it was a Poker Run that yielded donations for the Museum. On Saturday, April 9, Don Franklin Chevrolet of Somerset, KY and Museum Master Ambassador Adam Ellison (a.k.a. …

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