Tri-State Corvette Club convenes to supportkids, families and local communities

DETROIT, MI - On Saturday, May 11th, seventy-five Corvette owners, along with corporate sponsors Matick Chevrolet and Lingenfelter Motor Sports will raise much needed funds supporting the Ronald McDonald House of Ann Arbor, Trunk or Treat with Detroit Police Precincts, Thanksgiving Meals for over 40 families and the Detroit Phoenix Center, an organization servicing homeless children. This 28-mile escorted cruise will begin at Matick Chevrolet in Redford with a press conference, as supporters gather for a continental breakfast and to hear remarks from Ken Lingenfelter, owner of Lingenfelter Motor Sports along with Pamela Moore, President & CEO of Detroit Public Schools Foundation.

Spring Cruise 2019 begins at 14001 Telegraph Road in Redford, Michigan and registration for this event lasts from 7:30 am to 9:00 am. For more information, individuals interested in participating or making a tax-deductible donation can do so on-site or in advance by clicking here.

Formed in 1993, The Competition Corvette Club of Michigan is a Tri-State (Michigan, Ohio and Indiana) 501 C-3 organization, among other charitable causes, supports a College Scholarship Fund. “Our club members come from a number of different backgrounds, including Law Enforcement, branches of the Military, Education, and we have several Business owners”, says Roderick Grimes, State of Michigan President. “The common bond between all of our members is the desire to give back to different communities in support of those less fortunate”.

Our Mission To become a positive organization within our community, using our Corvettes to inspire strong educational and social values, by demonstrating a positive lifestyle for young people as well as utilizing our collective resources to assist the underprivileged and poor.





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