MAY 28TH – MAY 29TH
Registration Fee: $20
Corvette brings our community together for a camaraderie no other brand can rival. As communities across the globe seek ways to slowly and safely reopen, the National Corvette Museum will be hosting a virtual Michelin NCM Bash event. The health and safety of our members is our first priority, and we understand that many of our friends and enthusiasts may have travel restrictions while others are ready to hit the road but the common bond is we all want to enjoy all things Corvette again. We hope this virtual event helps fill that need during these times.
Seminars will offer multi-camera views of presenters interspersed with presentation slides and exclusive video. Seminars include a Corvette Update with the Corvette team, Michelin tech talk, a question & answer with the Corvette Mechanic Paul Koerner, and behind the scenes walk around of Corvettes in the Museum’s collection. Virtual attendees will have the capability to ask questions of the presenters, and chat with other Corvette enthusiasts participating in the event.
In addition to seminars the event will offer a ribbon cutting for the new E. Pierce Marshall Memorial Performance Gallery with walk through, auction of memorabilia and unique experiences through eBay, Corvette Store fashion show, Damsels of Design exhibit rendering reveal, Corvette raffle, and more.
While the event may look somewhat different from previous years’, it will still offer the same great content, friends and unique offerings only the National Corvette Museum can bring you.
If you are registered for the Michelin NCM Bash you DO NOT need to register for this event. Registrants of either the Michelin NCM Bash or Virtual Michelin NCM Bash will each receive full access to the event stream. Registrants of the onsite event will be mailed a 2020 Michelin NCM Bash Credential, pin, and dash plaque while virtual registrants will only receive access to the virtual content.
During onsite events the NCM offers a variety of road tours, banquets, track sessions, and other unique fundraising activities that we will not be able to host during a virtual event. Please consider making a tax deductible donation to the Museum to help us recoup those lost opportunities to serve you and cover our increased cost to provide a virtual event.