The 36th National Corvette Homecoming and Chevy International continues through Saturday, June 3 at a new location – the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Ky.
“One of the most important things you do at Homecoming is you come back each year to see how your friends are doing and if they have traded or added to their Corvette collection,” says National Corvette Homecoming Event Coordinator Joe Pruitt. “As with any brand of car – you buy it, you take it to a show, you meet old friends and make new friends, and it turns out to be the people that brings you to most of your destinations. That is what I believe Homecoming is all about.”
The Homecoming kicked off Thursday with the Corvette Cruise In and barbecue cookout at Richpond Market and Deli, along with musical entertainment from the Bonner Watts Blues Band.
Activities are continuing today, beginning with Opening Ceremonies where everyone was welcomed by NCH Coordinators Joe and Vera Pruitt, Grand Marshal Ken Lingenfelter, Bowling Green Mayor Bruce Wilkerson and Tourism Chairman Vicki Fitch, and Wendell Strode, NCM executive director.
Im honored to be the Grand Marshall of the Corvette Homecoming at the National Corvette Museum, Bowling Green, includes the key to the city! pic.twitter.com/a28luLqnuF— Ken Lingenfelter (@KenLingenfelter) June 2, 2017
A free Corvette & Chevy Parade for the numerous car show registrants is set for 5 p.m. today, with cars going from the NCM Truck Parking Lot to downtown Bowling Green for a free concert and many places for drinks and food.
Seminars Saturday include a presentation on “Recognizing Factory Correctness” by a Bloomington Gold judge, and another by Grand Marshal Ken Lingenfelter, owner of Lingenfelter Performance Engineering.
Get all the details at www.corvettehomecoming.com.
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