Club members attended the Mirror Lake Blast in Fairfield Glade, TN.  Everyone enjoyed the great weather, listening to live music and visiting with friends.

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Finally a weekend with no rain!! Plateau Corvette members enjoyed a bright Saturday afternoon displaying their Corvettes. There were plenty of vintage and classic cars on display.




Tuesday ,August 18, Plateau Corvette Club members traveled to the home of the Corvette in Bowling Green, Kentucky. After stopping for a great barbecue lunch, they continued on to the Corvette Plant where they were able to observe the assembly process of the 2016 Corvette. The one-hour tour was full of information on what it takes to build America’s true Sports Car. After the tour they proceeded to the Corvette Museum where they were able to tour the newly repaired and reopened Sky Dome. The Corvettes recovered from the now famous sinkhole are on permanent display. Only three of the eight cars that fell into the sinkhole are going to be repaired, the other five cars are too heavily damaged for repairs.




On Saturday, August 15, the Club’s monthly Drive and Dine departed for Mauricio’s Italian Restaurant located in Cookeville, TN.  They took a leisurely drive along the back roads of Tennessee where they enjoyed the scenery and the great weather. 


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On Wednesday, August 12, Plateau Corvette Club members took a drive to Big South Fork Park and had a “bring your own lunch picnic.” It was a beautiful day with no rain and a cool breeze. The views were breath-taking and enjoyed by all.

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On Monday, July 20,  three Plateau Corvette Club Corvettes enjoyed warm weather, beautiful scenery and no rain until last 15 miles  It all made for a great trip along the Hiwassee River near the Georgia border. A grandson got to see how his grandpa plays and enjoys his “Toy”. FullSizeRender

Saturday, July 11 Plateau Corvette Club members drove to Jamestown for the Cumberland Plateau BBQ Cook-Off.
There was a “Cruise In” & Blue Grass Music that was performed by Stephanie Lane & Olds 88.
Food was available , Hot Dogs, Burgers and Pulled Pork.
They were able to sample a Buffet Dinner provided by BBQ Competitors in the Cook Off.

Great music and good food was enjoyed by all.




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