The Cumberland Valley Corvette Club was founded in 1965 and is based in Carlisle, PA, home of Corvettes @ Carlisle. CVCC has one of the largest memberships in the East Region. Current membership exceeds 200 Corvette enthusiasts who collectively own nearly every model and year of Corvette ever manufactured.

As a large organization, the interests of our members are very diverse, and the events on CVCC's calendar demonstrate that diversity. CVCC is an NCCC-affiliated club that sponsors no less than seven competitions every year open to all CVCC and NCCC members. These competitive events include an autocross (AutoX), show (Concours), funkhana (hard to explain), rallying (Rallye), drag racing (not lately), and high speed timed runs. This year the club will sponsor one or more AutoX, Concours, Rallye, and High Speed Event (as part of the National Convention).

Annually CVCC conducts a driving school on a combined road course and high bank turn at the Pocono International Speedway. This event affords the entrants the opportunity to experience the thrill of driving their Vettes the way they were meant to be driven, but under the control of certified instructors.

The competitive nature of CVCC's members has paid dividends for the club. For the past four out of five years, the Cumberland Valley Corvette Club has finished 1st in the points standings for the East Region. Although we take pride in that accomplishment, the biggest joy experienced by our members is the opportunity to meet people from other clubs and regions who share the same interests. The competition is always good-natured, and many friendships have been formed as a result of it.

In addition to the competitive events mentioned above, CVCC holds many social events during the year. We have two or three fun cruises each year, a yearly picnic and fun rally, a holiday banquet, and an annual club awards banquet. Throw in a few overnight trips here and there, and you can see that we love to have fun too!

Like most Corvette Clubs, CVCC has a relationship with a number of local and national charities. All monies earned from parades and football homecomings are donated to that worthy cause. Yes, we like to show off our cars in parades and at football games.

If you have any interest in joining the Cumberland Valley Corvette Club visit our membership page