Joint Fundraising Event Nets Over $27,000 for Trooper Island Camp

Each October the National Corvette Museum teams 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 foundation, …

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Corvette Named the ‘Most American’ Car You Can Buy

Corvette has long had the nickname ‘America’s Sports Car’ and according to the annual Kogod Made in America Auto Index, it is also the ‘Most American’ made vehicle. With a top score of 83.5 points, Corvette earned bragging rights by racking up the points within seven criteria including profit margin; labor; research and development; inventory, …

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Get Coached On-Track by a Pro

Earlier this year we shared the exciting news that race car driver and Corvette Hall of Fame inductee Andy Pilgrim was joining the NCM Motorsports Park team. Now, we have even more great news as the track has rolled out two programs putting you in the classroom and behind the wheel with Andy! This is …

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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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History of Chevrolet Racing Exhibit Opens at Corvette Museum

Chevrolet Racing: Louis to Le Mans Runs Through January, 2019 The National Corvette Museum’s Exhibit Hall has been transformed to feature a special themed exhibit. For a period of about seven months, that theme is the history of Chevrolet racing. The story of Chevrolet racing is told from the early days of Louis Chevrolet as …

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