There were 7 "Participant
Choice" awards, 1 for each Corvette generation, which were
awarded to the Vette that
generated the most $ in its collection box. This was one case where padding your own ballot is highly
fact, participants could collect from family and friends in advance of the
show, then stuff a check payable to
the American Cancer Society in
their box for a tax-deductible donation!
A Best Club
Participation award went to the Corvette club that showed up with the most
Vettes: the Shoals Area Vette Enthusiasts (SAVE)!
Marla and Randy brought the traveling National Corvette Museum store
to the show.
Eric Millette from the Corvette
Assembly Plant was there with a 2014 C7 Stingray that you could actually
touch and sit in!
See Corvette Blogger story on this show:
Saturday, October 26
Forrester donated these two prints for our silent auction.
Corvette engineer Eric Millette brought
this Night Race Blue C7 Stingray from
the Bowling Green plant for everybody
to examine, up close and personal.
l-r: Shirley Hornaday, Eric Millette and
Jim Hornaday, showing off Australian Corvette club event
The Madison PD's C6 almost didn't make it
to the show. Click picture for the story and more pics.