Corvette Hall of Fame Nomination

The History of

Corvette Hall of Fame

The Corvette Hall of Fame was established by the National Corvette Museum Board of Directors in 1998. The purpose of the award is to confer the highest honor and recognition upon the most influential individuals in the history of the Corvette. The award recognizes those people who have made significant contributions to their respective fields, each having reached the highest level of accomplishment. Persons nominated should also possess the highest standards of integrity and character to positively reflect and enhance the prestige of the Corvette and the National Corvette Museum.

The Selection Process and Induction

The first step in this process is the nomination. Nominations for the 2025 Hall of Fame will be accepted from May 5–August 5, 2024. Only National Corvette Museum members may make nominations. Current Board members and NCM employees are not eligible to be nominated. Qualified nominations are good for a three-year period. Please note, all nomination packets submitted become the property of the Museum’s Library and Archives.

Please include the following:

  • Cover letter
  • Current biography or resume
  • Papers and/or articles by and/or about the nominee
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Recent photograph in color or in black and white
  • Other supporting materials

Meaningful letters of recommendation that describe, in detail, the nominee’s contributions to Corvette, Corvette’s history, racing and/or the hobby are a part of the consideration by the Hall of Fame Review Committee and the Museum’s Board of Directors. It is important to document the nominee’s achievements and how they impacted Corvette and the Corvette hobby. The nomination form and all supporting materials for the nomination should be compiled and submitted at the same time to [email protected].

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