Prospective Members:
Thank you for your interest in Queen City Corvette Club. As a Corvette owner, you know about the “Corvette Lifestyle” and the camaraderie that exists among Corvette owners. The goal of the Queen City Corvette Club is to provide a link to other Corvette enthusiasts by providing organized events that allow them to participate with other like-minded Corvette owners who want to get the most out of the Corvette Lifestyle. Your leisure time is valuable. What better way to enjoy your Corvette than with friends who share your same passion and enthusiasm. We are in our 53rd year and we are getting stronger each year.

QCCC is one of the largest and most active Corvette Clubs in the Southeastern U.S. with over 370 Members. The age of our Members ranges from the 30’s to the 80’s. Our owners Corvettes range from C1 – C8. Many are award winning show pieces but most are daily drivers who know the real fun of having Corvettes is driving them. Past QCCC Members from the 60’s and 70’s, who had to sell their Corvette to raise a family, have returned to continue the fun and camaraderie they remembered from years past. Other Members have relocated to our area and have been club members in other locations. Many are NEW Corvette owners just wanting to find out what the smiles are all about. Whatever your reason for seeking out a Corvette Club, we’re glad you did and hope you join us at our next meeting.
Check out the QCCC Event Calendar, each year we strive to promote, sponsor, and organize many outings, meetings, charitable, and racing events. We also have charities events with other Corvette Clubs throughout the year.

Our Club meets the on the second Saturday of each month for a business meeting and usually a social event. Meeting locations vary each month. (see details on calendar).

Membership requirements are:
• Active Membership in the club is restricted to owners of a Corvette(s).
• The Corvette owner must have reached the age of 21 years.
• A QCCC application must be completed and presented to the Membership Director.
o The Prospective Member MUST attend three (3) business meetings during a six-month (6) period.
o During the third business meeting, their request for membership will be voted on by the members in attendance.

• Membership Fees:
o Due within 30 days of Membership A one-time initiation fee of $10.00 per person and annual membership dues $100.00 (pro-rated according to the month joined).
o Annual dues of $100 are payable by January 1.
o Dues may also be paid semi-annually, $50 by January 1 and $50 by July 1.

If you have any questions concerning membership, please contact me via under the Membership tab.

Dan Brubaker
QCCC Membership Director
email: [email protected]