The National Corvette Museum and Andy Pilgrim’s Traffic Safety Education Foundation (TSEF) are teaming up to bring a new educational experience to the NCM Motorsports Park and needs the help of enthusiasts. The TSEF is introducing a Drivers’ Safety Course, and the NCM is looking for donations of C5 and/or C6 era Corvettes to use for the educational fleet.
“The partnership between these two 501c3 educational institutions is the perfect match to create a program designed to use the knowledge and skills of professional driver Andy Pilgrim,” shared Dr. Sean Preston, President & CEO of the National Corvette Museum. “Corvettes donated to the Museum for educational purposes are perfect for this program through the TSEF, which will educate youth on safe driving skills. While not every young driver will have the opportunity to own or drive a Corvette at home, we think using Corvettes for the program will draw their interest and get them excited to participate. Plus, it’s a great way to promote the brand and our Museum.”
The NCM is putting out this request to locate C5 and/or C6 Corvettes to aid in further developing the course.
“If you have been wondering what to do with your Corvette and have a desire to help educate youth on safe driving, we ask you to consider donating it to this incredible program,” added Sean.
Enthusiasts interested in being a part of this program by donating a Corvette can contact the NCM’s Director of Collections & Curator, Derek E. Moore, at [email protected] or 270-777-4516, or NCM Registrar & Collections Manager, Leah Craig, at [email protected] or 270-777-4562.
Thank you for your support of the National Corvette Museum and our ongoing educational programs.