Once upon a time many years ago, the founders of NCCC gave birth to what we now know as the NCCC Annual Convention by gathering a small number of delegates in Detroit, MI for a weekend meeting. The purpose of that meeting was to establish an organization for all Corvette owners, which they did. They also managed to incorporate into that weekend some dining, some dancing, a GM facility tour and a competition event to round it all out.

While our organization has grown in numbers, so has the volume of business which is now transacted at Governors meetings through each year. This growth has also brought about an expanded version of that early meeting to the Convention we know today. Today's Conventions are a week long extravaganza that are more involved and require long range planning to meet the interest and demands of NCCC's diversified membership. For example, Members are afforded the opportunity to take a Corvette vacation throughout our wonder filled contiguous United States, socialize and party with new and old friends, welcome all "comers" at the various competition events, be there to win a set of tires or better yet, a new Corvette from our Charity Raffle. Local tours and seminars are also available or perhaps you can just kick back with a good book poolside.

The links on this page will give you a view of our Convention activities. There are links to Conventions that have already been enjoyed including that very first one in Detroit, a link to the 56th NCCC Convention to be held August 22 - 27, 2015 at Lake Harmony in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania and even links to the Conventions that are still in the planning stages for future years.
Start making plans for some "Corvette Fun" NCCC style!

2015 ~ NCCC Convention No. 56 in Lake Harmony, PA
  On Line Registration opens on February 1, 2015
   
2014 ~ NCCC Convention Information No. 55 in Savannah, GA
   
2016 ~ NCCC Convention Information No. 57
2017 ~ NCCC Convention Information No. 58
   
NCCC Convention History 1960 to 2015
NCCC's 50th Anniversary Celebration at 2009 Convention
   


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