My name is Keith Cornett and I have a problem. My addiction began long ago but it has now grown to the point that it is all I think about. I’ve tried getting help but so far nothing has work. I have subscriptions to multiple “self-help” magazines and have joined several online support forums where those with a similar addiction can meet, swap stories and generally not feel out of place in our society.
Symptoms of my addiction include “the fever”, a twitch in my right foot and a constant sound in my ears that can only be described as a roar.
Recently a friend told me about Corvettes Anonymous. Another support group I moaned. What can they offer that no else has in the past? Well, there are the informal meetings and get-togethers, and they teach you to embrace your problem, not hide in the shadows.
So I read up about Corvettes Anonymous and I liked what I saw.
Corvettes Anonymous is a group of like minded individuals from varying backgrounds and club affiliations who get together and have fun. What could be better than that. Best of all, several events are planned each year with the goal of raising money for a Florida food bank and an Alzheimer’s care-giver support service.
In fact this Wednesday evening is one of their larger events called Steak-Out 3, a Corvette show held from 6-9pm at a Steak-N-Shake restaurant in Clearwater Florida. Steak-Out 3 features a Best of Show award, a 50/50 Raffle, plus Goodie Bags and a Silent Auction. If you are in the area, check it out as all the proceeds go to the RCS Food Bank.
So back to Corvettes Anonymous. The long and short is I joined the group, have admitted that I have a problem, and am now seeking treatment via their online couch. The good news is if you afflicted with the same addiction for Corvettes, you can get help too. Just visit CorvettesAnonymous.com and say “My name is ___________ and I have a problem.”
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