Corvette Atlanta was established in 1972 by like-minded Corvette owners in the Atlanta Metro area. We get together at least monthly to share our love of all things Corvette. We are a member in good standing of the National Council of Corvette Clubs (NCCC). Come join us to see how you can better appreciate that fine American sports car that you own!Some of our activities include:
Racing - Roebling Road near Savannah, Huntsville, Nashville, Knoxville, Pensacola, and others further afield. Racing events include both low-speed and high-speed events. The club membership roll includes drivers nationally ranked who are more than happy to share their knowledge of how to win. This includes several current and past national NCCC racing champions.
Car Shows - several held annually in the area. A number of clubs pull together each year to hold charity car show events that draw hundreds of people and many dozens of Corvettes from earliest models to latest models and everything in between.
Caravans around Georgia and other areas of the southeast United States. We love to go driving spring, summer, fall and winter, and some of the club members host events at their mountain and lake abodes that are absolute Corvette magnets!
Annual awards banquet - we get together once a year around the Christmas/New Year holidays to celebrate having made it through another year and to recognize our members for their participation.
Monthly club meetings - we get together once a month to review what's happened, share news and stories, and plan upcoming events. Currently we meet at O'Charley's in Tucker first Tuesday of each month. Come join us! Walk-ins are always warmly welcomed! Bring a friend! Any friend of yours is a friend of ours! Annual NCCC Convention - some of us travel together to the annual NCCC Convention held in varying places around the U.S.A. It's almost a week of fun, racing, events, dinners, and Corvette MANIA! Trips to the National Corvette Museum and Chevrolet Corvette Assembly Plant, Bowling Green, KY - Corvette Atlanta supports the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, and from time-to-time some of our members volunteer there. On special occasions, the General Manager of the Corvette Assembly Plant there sponsors a special tour of the factory.