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National Park Corvette Club

National Park Corvette Club

NPCC’s purpose: Fun, Fellowship and Corvettes!
 
Originally Mike Prince and John Grant had a conversation about starting a Corvette Club. They subsequently had a meeting in Mike’s home with other like-minded individuals.
We invited other Corvette owners to a meeting at a local restaurant in 2013. Unfortunately, this initial attempt to form a club did not get off the ground. About a year later in 2014,  John was contacted by Vance Gordon, about trying to start a club again.  We went to various restaurants outgrowing each one.  We finally moved to Smokin N Style BBQ in 2015 where NPCC meets today.  
 
During the club formation process both Vance and John investigated what was required to establish the club properly with respect to forming an LLC.  We got approval from GM/EMI to use the Corvette name and Corvettes crossflags in our logo.  Once the By-laws were voted on,  officers and board members were elected and  Membership applications were produced and the club started collecting dues.
 
After the club was established, a logo was conceived and a graphic artist was hired to create the NPCC logo with the help of (board member) Ben Van Wagner.  It was Vance’s and John’s goal to establish and properly form a club that would last.
 
The primary purpose of NPCC is and always has been: “Fun, Fellowship and Corvettes”! Club activities for the members have always been a part of NPCC even before the club existed, with trips to Mt Magazine, Petit Jean and Branson, MO starting in 2013. This tradition carries through to today with our recent second annual trip to Bowling Green, KY.

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Meeting Information: We Meet every 4th Thurs. @ 6:00 PM at:

Smokin' IN Style BBQ Restaurant
​2278 Albert Pike
Hot Springs, AR

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