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   NCCC is busy with a variety of activities as we swing into fall, full force. Clubs are hosting events – competitive and social – and our fall renewal time is about to begin in November. Not sure how long you have read the information in the “Corner” but in one of the first articles, a few topics were highlighted that readers may need a reminder on or for those who are just tuning in, this information will provide some insight into our organization.    NCCC members are all volunteers within the national, regional, and club level of officers. We do not have a central office that handles all of the business but we do have a group of dedicated members who work hard as volunteers to guide the membership in several specific areas.    NCCC has 16 regions across the country with clubs across the region. Review the website, www.corvettesnccc.org and you will find a large map on the front page. Click on an area on the map and you will be directed to a region and the clubs in the region. The individual regions are Carolinas, East, East Ohio, Florida, Indiana, Michigan, Midwest, Northeast, Northwest, Roadrunner, Rocky Mountain, Southeast, Southwest, West, West Coast, and West Ohio. Each region had 3 officers who handle the business of the region- a Regional Executive ( like a President), a Regional Competition Director, and a Regional Member- ship Director. The Regional Membership Director is the contact person for each region to help you find out about NCCC and the local clubs. Anyone that owns a Corvette can join NCCC as a member-at-large and we heartily welcome those interested in that. However, the club activity is what keeps more of the members engaged and rejoining each year. Our slogan- We joined for the car, We stay for the people- is certainly represented in our club activities as the clubs who host events are those that are growing and thriving.    Each club has a representative in the region and their title is the club Governor. They represent the club in their NCCC activities and at the Regional meetings. The club Governor is also the lucky member who handles the NCCC membership. They take care of the paperwork to help you join NCCC and turn in the membership dues to the Regional Membership Director. Our Annual renewal time is in November so Governors are very busy in the next few months turning in new member information as well as those members who are renewing their membership. Just providing some background information on how the organization functions.    Of course, any time of the year is a good time to get involved with NCCC and one of its’ clubs. We have events throughout the year- yes, even car shows in January in Florida. Most clubs have their monthly meeting and club socials which could be a cruise to a local area, a road tour with a stop at a special restaurant, a parade in the local area, or providing assistance to a local charity. NCCC members  are involved in all types of activities. That is what makes the club action exciting.  There is something for all. And as with anything in life, you will get out of it what you put into it.    Sound interesting? You will not be sorry you joined! Check out our web site and be part of the NCCC fun.
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