The Corvette Lovers Vette Club will host an auto show at Yellow Creek Park in July.
Steve Rice, the host of the event, said COVID-19 prevented the show from happening last year and the Corvette Lovers Vette Club had not been able to meet for several months.
âWhen we felt it was safe, we went back to meeting and planned the show for this year,â Rice said.
The Vette Club was founded in 2012 and Rice has been a member since 2013.
âWe are proud to develop friendships and common interests,â Rice said.
Rice bought her first Corvette a year before joining us, and recently sold it and bought her second, a 2007 red C6 model.
Although the pandemic continues to slow, Rice said he expected a smaller crowd this year compared to previous years.
He still expects more than 100 people to attend.
âPeople are responding well so far,â Rice said.
The show is open to all cars and trucks. Registration is $ 20, and participants can register for the event from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Rice said the Corvette Lovers Vette Club donated thousands of dollars from past shows to local charities.
âWe have donated over $ 7,000 to auto shows,â Rice said.
Judges for this year’s show will be members of the Bowling Green Assembly Corvette Club.
Trophies include Best of Show, Park’s Choice, Club Participation, and more.
The Corvette Lovers Vette Club is organizing this auto show in partnership with the Daviess County Parks Department.
Rice said he believes they mutually benefit from the auto show.
âI feel like the Parks Department likes us having the show, and we like having a place to put it on,â Rice said.
There will also be food available, dashboard plaques and door prizes at the show.
The auto show will be held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on July 17 at Yellow Creek Park, 5710 Kentucky 144.