Corvette Engineering Team to Return to the NCM After 2-Year Hiatus

After taking two years off from attending any Corvette related public events, the Corvette Engineering team will return to the National Corvette Museum this coming Labor Day

Over the last couple of years, one of the disappointing side-effects of the COVID-19 pandemic was putting a damper on GM’s Corvette Engineering team from attending any Corvette related public events around the country.  Now that virus (at least the initial variant) has come under some sort of control, the Corvette Team will once again attend the National Corvette Museum’s Labor Day celebration in person.

According to the NCM:

The Corvette Team will be on-site at the National Corvette Museum’s 27th Anniversary Celebration from September 2-4, 2021! The team from GM will have Corvettes on display and Accessories option displays just outside the Museums doors. Inside Harlan Charles will be giving a Corvette Team presentation to event registrants! This is the first time in two years that GM has been able to attend the on-site event so be sure to join us in the fun!

This is great news for Corvette fans planning to attend this year’s Labor Day celebration at the Museum.

While the Corvette Team did a fantastic job holding virtual presentations at a couple of the larger Corvette events the past couple of years, there’s nothing like being able to have an in-person conversation with them.  The knowledge and information they bring to these events is invaluable and the time and effort they spend answering questions from Corvette fans is greatly appreciated.

Given that GM has now officially announced the 2023 Corvette Z06, maybe they’ll release just a couple tid-bits of information at the NCM’s event.  Fingers crossed!!

Source: National Corvette Museum

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