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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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National Corvette Museum Names Curator

Derek E. Moore of Garrettsville, OH has been named Curator for the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, KY, previously serving as the Crawford Curator of Transportation History at the Western Reserve Historical Society in Cleveland, OH. As Curator of Transportation History, Moore was responsible for researching the history of automobiles and aviation of Cleveland …

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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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State Farm Awards Grant for National Corvette Museum Teen Driving Programs

State Farm Insurance has awarded a $15,000 grant to the National Corvette Museum to provide financial support for teen driving programs held at the NCM Motorsports Park. The funding will be used towards Tire Rack’s Street Survival program (offered three times this year at the NCM Motorsports Park) and for service and maintenance on the …

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Joint Fundraising Event Nets Over $10,000 for Trooper Island Camp

Kentucky State Police Trooper Island Check Presentation
This past October the National Corvette Museum teamed up with the Kentucky State Police to lead a fundraising event like no other – taking participants to some of the most popular attractions and best dining the Bluegrass State has to offer.  The proceeds from the event were split equally between the Museum, a 501(c)(3) non-profit …

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