The National Corvette Museum (NCM), has established requirements concerning the operation of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), commonly known as drones. Aerial vehicles can present safety risks to the public, therefore this policy concerning aerial devices has been established to protect the safety of guests, employees, and property of the NCM.
Anyone flying a UAS without permission, on NCM property will immediately be asked to stop and/or asked to leave NCM property. Violators will be subject to citation of trespassing by the City of Bowling Green Police Department and potential notification to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
NCM may make exceptions to this policy on a case-by-case basis for certain events/activities. Primarily, media may be granted permission, but preapproval must be authorized by the Marketing or Security Departments in writing. The Security Department must be notified of all approved drone use.
NCM has a strict policy prohibiting all unmanned aircraft systems over NCM property without prior approval.
Those seeking approval must complete and sign an NCM drone flight request form, meet Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations and comply with all local, state and federal laws as well as providing proof of insurance.
Any video obtained without consent from the NCM Marketing or the NCM Security Departments cannot be posted or used and may be subject to financial and legal interventions.