The National Corvette Museum is Open, but the NCM Bash Has Been Postponed Until Late May

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The National Corvette Museum is Open, but the NCM Bash Has Been Postponed Until Late May


As of this week, the National Corvette Museum is still open to the public. However, we have heard that the NCM Bash scheduled for April 23-25th has now been pushed back to May 28-30th as the nation deals with the Coronavirus.

If you’re already registered for the NCM Bash, then your registration and fees will transfer to the new dates, and if you can’t make during those dates, you can cancel with a full refund through May 7th. The NCM says in an email that members of the Corvette Team will be attending during the new dates, so hopefully, things will be back to normal by then.

Here are some of the other changes at the NCM due to the public health situation:

R8C Museum Deliveries are still moving forward and will continue as planned unless participants are otherwise notified.

The National Corvette Museum is suspending public guided tours of the exhibits and guests are encouraged to self-guide at their own pace and appropriate social distances.

The Corvette Cafe is closed to dine-in customers, however, carry-out and delivery (through Uber Eats) are still available.

The NCM Kartplex will be closed until May 1st due to the nature of shared equipment like helmets.

All events are suspended at the NCM Motorsports Park until April 6.

The Museum has suspended non-critical business travel for the next eight weeks. Car shows in which the Museum participates have been canceled through April 16. Internally, Museum staff are practicing social distancing.

The well-being of NCM staff and visitors is a top priority. Upon returning to work from sick leave, staff will undergo a screening to ensure they are well. Full-time employees are permitted to use sick time for personal leave while part-time employees can take personal time off without penalty. The volunteer program is currently on hiatus. Staff are practicing social distancing in meetings and as possible on the job.


Source:
National Corvette Museum

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