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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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Museum Auctioning 1974 Corvette

The number of vehicles housed within the collections of the National Corvette Museum, and owned by the non-profit foundation, which are utilized to create ever-changing exhibits within the Museum continues to grow thanks to the generosity of our numerous donors. Apart from being in our exhibits, many of these vehicles are used for the NCM’s …

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Corvette Museum Seeking to Expand Collection

The National Corvette Museum exhibits the history of Corvette from its inception to the current year models that leave the GM Bowling Green Assembly Plant daily. To tell the Corvette’s story, the Museum utilizes their artifact and archive collections in the galleries through various model years, significant milestones, technological upgrades and its impact on the …

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