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My Corvette Museum New Member’s Kit

by Keith Cornett on October 23, 2006

After posting a story about the National Corvette Museum’s ambitious expansion plans last week, I decided to officially join the Museum. It’s been one of those things that I’ve been meaning to do for quite a while now, but for whatever reason, I never took the plunge. So I went to the Museum’s new member signup area and joined online, donating $100 for a one year family membership. The NCM is a 501c3 organization so all membership fees and donations are tax deductible. On Saturday, I received my New Member Kit. When I opened the kit, the first thing I see is a welcome letter and another letter detailing some of the functions of the NCM. That letter had my membership cards attached. A Membership Certificate personalized with my name, member number and date of membership was also included. Also included are five brochures about the Corvette Museum: Location and Hours of Operation, Become A Member, The Flint Brick and NCM Brick Programs, and the R8C New Corvette Museum Delivery Option. An NCM Raffle Ticket order form and a Build Sheet/Window Sticker Order form was inserted into the kit. Finally, a pocket-sized 2007 calendar with NCM Events, a static NCM Member window decal and an NCM Member’s Pin completed the package.

NCM New Member's Kit Certificate of Membership NCM Member's Pin
I have never visited the National Corvette Museum, and it is becoming somewhat of a joke for the people who know me as every time I get close to going, it’s either an inopportune moment or changes in plans that keeps me away. I was just in Lexington last week, but once again unable to make the trip to Bowling Green to visit my personal Graceland. But just because I could never, ever seem to make the visit shouldn’t have kept me from becoming a member and it shouldn’t stop you either if you love Corvettes. Your member dues support the Museum’s day-to-day activities and enable the NCM to change and update exhibits that continually showcase the proud heritage of the Corvette. And again, if you haven’t seen the expansion plan video yet, you’re missing the total picture of what the National Corvette Museum is all about. I urge you to view it. And after you view it and see what the NCM is all about now and in the future, I challenge you to become a member as well.
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