Using an American icon like the Chevrolet Corvette to transport wounded warriors to and from the National Corvette Museum is a small way to say “thank you” to these heroes. According to the Examiner.com, the National Corvette Museum (NCM), the National Association for Uniformed Service (NAUS), the 445th Airlift Wing, ExxonMobil and GM have joined together to provide a special event for these soldiers on March 29th and 30th.
Before arriving at the NCM, the servicemen will enjoy a ride in a Corvette complete with police escort to the event, and the ride home will again be courtesy of America’s sportscar. Upon arrival the NCM has a special welcoming program in store, and a tour of the Corvette Assembly Plant will be part of the program along with the tour of the NCM.
For those Corvette owners wishing to take part in this program the NCM has information regarding participation. There are opportunities for Corvette enthusiasts to be part of the transportation efforts for this event. Even if the number of cars required for the transportation program is reached, the NCM would like all Corvette lovers to still take part in the experience. Through participation in this event Corvette owners will be able honor these fine men and women, and provide them with a lasting memory of gratitude for their many sacrifices.