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Syracuse Corvette Club

Syracuse Corvette Club

The Syracuse Corvette Club was formed in 1968 by a group of guys who liked to party! Originally banding together for the purpose of gaining information, exchanging ideas and the mutual enjoyment of the Corvette sports car, it has also become involved in community projects and charitable organizations.

Incorporated on July 2, 1973, the Syracuse Corvette Club has established itself as one of the most distinguished and recognized Corvette Clubs in the Northeast.

Meetings were held in succession at: The Poor House East (1968); Bresee Chevrolet in Liverpool; Grape and Grog Restaurant; Gregg's Restaurant on Teall Ave.; Borio's Restaurant, Cicero from 1977 to present.

In September 2009, William H. Meyer, Jr., the Chairman of the Onondaga County Legislature, representing County Executive Joanie Mahoney, presented a Proclamation in honor of the Syracuse Corvette Club's 40th anniversary.

Held on the last Sunday in July at Sylvan Beach, NY, Vettes at the Beach, has grown to become the largest one day Corvette show in the Northeast. From monies generated since the first show in 1993, over $200,000 has been donated to local charities.

Under the leadership of 26 Presidents, the club has grown in membership of men and women while expanding its horizons to include anything and everything of interest to its members.

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