December 1, 2011 West Bloomfield, MI
Corvettes America, the premier Corvette show in Michigan, will present a check for $3000 to Leader Dogs for the Blind and another check for $3000 to the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute at the December 6th meeting ofAmerica’s Corvette Club. Representatives from both Leader Dogs and Karmanos will be in attendance to accept these donations and talk with club members.
America’s Corvette Club of Michigan meets the first Tuesday of every month at7:30 PMin the showroom of Cauley Performance Automotive,7020 Orchard Lake Road, West Bloomfield, MI 48322 at 7:30 PM
Corvettes America celebrated its 11th anniversary this year, drawing automotive enthusiasts from across Michigan as well as surrounding states andCanada. It also has national ranking, regularly drawing participants from California, Florida,Texas, Illinois, Tennessee, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and New York State among others. The show, which is the largest all Corvette show within a two hundred mile radius of Detroit, is an all volunteer effort staged by members of America’s Corvette Club of West Bloomfield under the direction of President Richard Heldenbrand and Show Chairperson Jim McDonald. America’s Corvette Club, which is sponsored by Cauley Performance Automotive of West Bloomfield, is the largest Corvette club in Michigan and ranked fourth in size nationally. Proceeds from the show each year are donated to local and national charitable organizations.
Cauley Performance Automotive, George Matick Chevrolet, UBS Peninsula Wealth Management Group and Lingenfelter Performance Engineering were the primary sponsors of the 2011 Corvettes America Show.