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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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Museum Welcomes Four New Board Members

At the December National Corvette Museum fourth quarter board meeting, four new board members were officially added with their terms starting January 1. Joining the team are Shannon Lamarche, Michael LaRocca, Jerry Mosbacher and Neil Watanabe. Shannon Lamarche The National Corvette Museum strives for diversity in everything we do – and one such aspect is …

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Museum’s Performance Gallery Undergoing Major Remodel

Performance Gallery
The National Corvette Museum has embarked on a major exhibit remodel bringing one of the Museum’s earliest display spaces up to date with a design that truly reflects the sleek and stylish nature of America’s favorite sports car. “The Performance Gallery is one space in the Museum that has been around since the building’s grand …

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Final C7 Stingray Corvette Delivered at Museum

Last C7 Stingray Delivered
The National Corvette Museum was created as a facility to house the history of the iconic American sports car, and a part of the car’s recent history has joined the Museum’s collections. On Wednesday, November 20 the final C7 Stingray to roll off the GM Bowling Green Assembly line was officially delivered at the Museum. …

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