The staff at the National Corvette Museum must be some of the busiest folks in Corvette-land. This weekend, April 23-25, in addition to hosting several thousand Corvette fans from across the country at the NCM Bash, they will also be raffling off two 2015 Corvette Stingrays—a Shark Gray Coupe and an Arctic White Convertible.
The South Richmond (Va.) Rotary Club is raffling off a 2015 Corvette Stingray as part of their major 2015 fundraising activities with the proceeds of the raffle going to help the Richmond Fisher House and the Families of the Wounded Fund. Both organizations offer support to families of wounded veterans while undergoing treatment.
The drawing to pick the winner will be held at the Rotary Club’s Casino Night charity fundraiser on March 7, 2015. Tickets are $100 each and sale will be limited to 1,500 tickets.
Our good friends from the Saint Bernard Catholic Parish in Rockport, IN have once again outdone themselves for their annual fundraiser.
For the 27th year of Saint Bernard’s classic Corvette giveaway, the southern Indiana church is offering a beautiful red 1967 Corvette Sting Ray Convertible.
Tickets for the giveaway are $30 each or four tickets for $100 and only 12,000 tickets will be sold. Two cash prizes of $500 and $250 will also be drawn. Click here to order your tickets.
The Corvette Assembly Plant has come up with a great way to enjoy Corvettes and help the American Cancer Society Relay for Life at the same time.
Christine Cartwright, executive assistant to the Corvette Plant Manager and Assistant Plant Manager in Bowling Green, has created the new 2015 Corvette Z06 Stingray calendar.
Earlier this month we brought you pictures of the Arctic White Corvette Stingray that was painted by three young members of the General Motors design team as part of a fundraiser for the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD).
Chevy has released a time-lapse video showing exactly how the three designers put the paint to canvas and ended up with one very cool (and very fast) pieces of contemporary art.
The 2014 Corvette Stingray has already been acclaimed around the world for its beautiful and trend-setting design.
Now three General Motors car designers are going to take it a step further, helping the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) Gala Fundraiser today.
The three GM Design employees – Casey Swanseger, 30; Tyler Mars, 28; and Haneif Katebi, 25 – will be using paint and brush on a 2014 Stingray, bringing to life Detroit’s “creative corridor” made up of industries that merge art, technology, and business.
If you love the Corvette Stingray Premiere Edition, your last chance to win a Premiere Edition convertible is coming up on Thursday, July 10, 2014. The last 2014 Premiere Edition convertible built, Lime Rock Green with a Kalahari convertible top, will be raffled off by the National Corvette Museum.
Corvette owners love their cars.
But family comes first. Witness the inspirational story of Ben and Sandy Labaree of Alabama.
Thirteen years after Sandy passed away from cancer, Ben continues the legacy that the couple started in the late ’90s.
One of our happy places, The Lingenfelter Collection, will be holding their annual fall open house coming up on Saturday, October 12th. Festivities will run from 10am to 5pm. Since October is breast cancer awareness month, proceeds from the event will go to the Shades of Pink Foundation which helps ease the financial burden of a breast cancer diagnosis.