Nashville Corvette Club
For Corvette lovers of middle Tennessee there is no better group to join than the Nashville Corvette Club. For forty years, this organization for enthusiasts of the legendary American sports car has been engaging members, hosting car shows and charitable events, and providing fans of Corvettes with an outlet for their enthusiasm. There are over 200 members of this distinguished organization, which is a part of the National Council of Corvette Clubs.
For casual admirers of the Corvette, the Nashville Corvette Club hosts events that are laid back and fun for members. There are organized trips to regional points of interest, including the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The Nashville Corvette Club also hosts local events for members and others such as cook-outs, picnics, cruises, road rallies, and parties.
More serious members of the Nashville Corvette Club, who enjoy putting their sports cars to good use, the club hosts an annual autocross event. Participants have the option of joining in the low-speed or high-speed courses. Either way, the autocross is an excellent way to show off your Corvette in a safe and fun environment.
Members who like to get involved can earn points in a Nashville Corvette Club competition called the Shiner Awards. Members earn points for attending car shows and bonus points for winning fourth, third, and second place. Even more points are given for winning first place in a show or winning best in show. The point system is a great outlet for competition and encourages attendance at shows.
If all of the above benefits were not enough, another great reason to join the Nashville Corvette Club is for the wealth of information and parts. If you have a Corvette and need advice on repairs or have been searching high and low for a part, someone in the club can probably help you. In addition to the experience of all the members, the club hosts a swap shop for sharing, trading, and buying and selling Corvette parts, both old and new.
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