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Rob
03-01-05, 09:58 PM
Heartbeat in the Heartland Tour



We are excited to announce a special “Heartbeat in the Heartland” tour hitting the road September 13 – October 2! The purpose of this exciting road tour is to take the Museum to the heartland and introduce enthusiasts to the Museum experience. NCM Ambassador, Bill Weir, will head up the tour with the help of other NCM Ambassadors and members representing the Museum at various stops throughout Oklahoma and Texas. Special presentations, displays, an overview and history of the Museum and its purpose, member dinners and gatherings and much more are planned at the various stops. Corvette enthusiasts in and around the tour’s stop over points are encouraged to join in the activities. Join us as we take the Museum to the heartland! Visit our website for a map and itinerary of the scheduled stops here:

http://www.corvettemuseum.com/heartbeat/ (http://www.corvettemuseum.com/heartbeat/)



Download March Calendar Wallpaper



This month’s calendar wallpaper features an exciting and historic 1963 Z06 speeding down the track - and you can download it free! Four screen resolutions are available on this month’s wallpaper that can be easily downloaded here: http://www.corvettemuseum.com/pictures/calendar.shtml (http://www.corvettemuseum.com/pictures/calendar.shtml)



Events Update



Four of our nine events scheduled for 2005 are online and registrations are in full swing! Information will be coming soon on our 11th Anniversary Celebration over Labor Day weekend so stay tuned. Only nine seats are open at the Corvette Racing Awards Banquet scheduled as part of the C5/C6 Bash – April 21-23. The Corvette Forum event has a number of road tour excursions that are closing out on space including the Heaven Hill Distillery/Bardstown lunch outing and the Kentucky Down Under tour and lunch outing. The Z06 Fest and ZR-1/C4 Gathering activities have a limited number of spaces also – so register now to be a part of these events. Visit our website at: www.corvettemuseum.com (http://www.corvettemuseum.com/) for registration information and event schedules. We are excited to kickoff our 2005 event season and look forward to welcoming everyone back to Bowling Green!



About the Submitter: Submitted by Bobbie Jo Lee-National Corvette Museum Communicationswho can be reached at mailto:bobbiejo@corvettemuseum.com (bobbiejo@corvettemuseum.com), or visited on the web at http://www.corvettemuseum.com (http://www.corvettemuseum.com/)

Patrick
03-01-05, 10:29 PM
Cripes! No Colorado stops. :( I can think of a few hundred Corvettes locally that would love the NCM Experience to tour through the Rocky Mountain state.

Oh well, if they won't come to the Cruisefest, I guess they miss out on the real thing! :D

Marlar
03-02-05, 07:41 AM
Oh well, maybe later they will expand south......


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Adam Boca
03-09-05, 11:06 AM
The tour is designed to introduce Corvette enthusiasts to the Museum, the arrangements are being done by volunteers and if it is well received we will be doing it again in different parts of the country.

Thanks for the post Rob!