Corvettes on the River

Annual "Corvettes on the River" all Corvette Car Show, Paducah, Ky

Show held on the Paducah downtown Farmers' Market parking lot. Over 160 cars last year from 8 states. This is a Judged car show by the technicians from the Corvette plant.Fun, games,door prizes, raffles,50/50 and more. Just look for the Motor home that has the Corvette flag in the windshield, anyone in the neighborhood, stop by and have a frosty beverage. This Charity Car Show for the benefits of St. Nicholas Family Clinic. If you own a Corvette of any year, in any condition, or if you're still wishing for your first Corvette, you are cordially invited to join at their monthly meeting. Free admission but donations to St. Nicholas Clinic are accepted. Find upcoming events and registration forms to pre-register for the show at a discount on their website (see below).

Features:

  • 10 Classes - 1st 2nd & 3rd
  • 3 trophies per class
  • Club Competitions
  • Food
  • 50/50 Drawing
  • Music,door prizes and goody-bags
  • Registration includes an event T-Shirt and dash plaque

Location and Contact
Four Rivers Corvette Club
P.O. Box 3035
245 Old Farm Road
Paducah Riverfront - 2nd & Jefferson Streets
Paducah KY 42001
Phone: (270) 5545420, 270-554-8145 or 270-442-3211
Web: http://fourriverscorvetteclub.com/


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