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NCH Show Back in 2018
May 31st through June 2nd
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Immediate NEWS Release
National Corvette homecoming to return in 2018
37th annual event will be May 31-June 2 at the Hilton Garden Inn
Bowling Green, KY., February 21, 2018– It’s “back to the future” for one of the area’s longest-running automotive shows. The National Corvette Homecoming began 37 years ago in the parking lot of the Red Carpet Inn. In 2018, the Homecoming celebration will reinvent itself in the parking lot of the Hilton Garden Inn.
Joe Pruitt, founder and owner of the National Corvette Homecoming, had announced in 2017 his intent to sell the show, but he has decided to rev it up for another year. This year, the Homecoming is May 31-June 2.
“I didn’t want to see the National Corvette Homecoming die,” he said. “I tried to sell it to about three different organizations, but we could not get together. I am going to run it as long as I can. I’ll see if we can get someone else to take it over rather than let it die or go away.”
Planning for the 2018 event is underway, and updates will be shared at CorvetteHomecoming.com and on the event’s Facebook page. Pruitt said prices will be lower for participants this year, and spectators will be admitted free.
The National Corvette Homecoming is one of the oldest car shows in the country, and at one time, it was one of the largest.
“I feel a lot better than when I made the decision to sell it,” Pruitt said. “Hosting the National Corvette Homecoming has been a lot of fun, and I am not ready to stop having fun.”
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If you would like more information about the National Corvette Homecoming, please contact Joe Pruitt at (270) 791-2117 or email him at email@example.com.
Joe & Vera
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What is the National Corvette Homecoming?
Many years ago, a newspaper called me to give them my perspective on what National Corvette Homecoming was. I first mentioned vendors that had different kinds of new and used Corvette merchandise, they had a fashion show for the ladies, they had seminars to teach you to care for your Corvette, and at the time they had drag racing, an all-Corvette parade, and a lot of other things to do during the day. But, one of the most important things you do at Homecoming is you come back each year to see how your friends are doing and if they have traded or added to their Corvette collection. As with any brand of car - you buy it, you take it to a show, you meet old friends and make new friends, and it turns out to be the people that brings you to most of your destinations. That is what I believe Homecoming is all about.
Learn more about the Owners of the Homecoming
Since the purchase of NCH by Joe and Vera Pruitt, these organizations have either been joined individually or as a business. Founding member of NCM, later upgraded to lifetime membership. Also, NCH is a business member. Individually, Joe and Vera are members of Corvettes Unlimited of Bowling Green, Kentucky, Vette City Vettes of Bowling Green, Kentucky, Solid Axle Corvette Club, NCCC, and NCRS. Some of the shows we frequent are Corvette and Chevy Expo (Tenn.), Bloomington Gold, Corvettes at Carlisle, Fun Fest, and several other NCM shows. We try to attend as many others as possible.
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In a Nutshell
National Corvette Homecoming began when the Corvette Assembly Plant came to Bowling Green back in 1981. Since then the show has evolved into one of the best Corvette events in the country. Six car shows, Road Tour, Speakers and Seminars, Vendors and Exhibits make Corvette Homecoming a fun vacation. Explore our website for all the details.