PAGE UPDATED 3/5/2021
If you would like to know the date/day your C8 was built, please see
C8 VIN NUMBERS FOR THE 2020 & 2021 PRODUCTION MODEL YEARS
in the above blue menu area
It’s now the end of February 2021. The last car built was #5892. No more cars will be built until March 8th. As of now I don’t know anybody else with a C8 ordered so I’m thinking I don’t need to post daily numbers for now. But if anybody wants please them let me know.
Added The Cove & Brian's Place to the Picture Gallery from our last event.
Added The Presidents Message for 2021
Added New Ron Fellows Driving School Info on MARCH 5th, 2021
PLEASE CHECK THE CV&CCC GARAGE SALE. ITEMS HAVE BEEN ADDED, Including a 2007 C6 for sale - 12-16-2020
Added NCM Motorsports Park info. Please see NCM below for details
Founded in 2013, The Citrus Vettes & Camaros Car Club is based in Citrus County, Florida.
Have you just moved to Citrus County and have a Corvette or a Camaro! You’re welcome to come to one of our monthly breakfast gatherings at the local restaurants to share stories about where you came from or your Corvette or Camaro. Just go to our website at cv-ccc.org and explore the main page to find out when and where our next breakfast will be!
The club usually takes at least two significant road trips each year. Our first significant road trip in 2021 will take us to the annual NCM Michelin Bash at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky on April 22nd. We will start 2022 with another cruise to the Western Caribbean starting on January 29th and returning on February 5th. Past road trips have taken our club on the “Tail of the Dragon”, Asheville, North Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina, Blue Ridge, Georgia, St. Pete Grand Prix, 12 Hours of Sebring along with tours of Hendrick Motorsports, Richard Childress Museum, Race Shop and Winery.
Our club meetings are held quarterly. We will start having our meetings again once the county eases the restrictions on gatherings of more than 50 people. You’re welcome to come to a meeting and meet our members. I’d encourage you to explore our website at cv-ccc.org. Scroll down on the main page and see the many activities we have going on or browse thru our picture gallery and see the many activities the club has participated in! Take a glimpse at the club event calendar and see how active and diverse our club is.
Our club motto is
“Giving back to the community that we live in”.
One of the ways our club contributes is to maintain a 2 mile stretch of CR 39 every quarter thru the Adopt A Highway Program. Our main charities help to support our amazing Military Veterans that live in Citrus County. Without their Sacrifice to our country we wouldn’t be able to have the events and cruises our club takes.
We proudly support the Citrus County Sheriff's Office!
We look forward to having you as a member! Membership is $15.00 for a single or $25.00 for a couple for 1 year. I would like to wish all of our members and their families a Safe & Healthy 2021!
If you have any questions or would like some additional information about the club, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The 3rd Annual Lee Holtman Poker Run has been postponed to a later date due to the weather. New Date & Time TBD
Saturday April 17th we will cruise over to the Blackwater Inn located at 55716 Front Street in Astor, Florida for a scenic 2 Hour Boat Tour of the St. John's River, Lake George State Forest & Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge with lunch to follow at the Blackwater Inn.
We will be having lunch at 11:30am with the River Cruise set to start at 1:00pm
The 2021 NCM BASH is scheduled for April 22nd thru the 24th.
Please RSVP the calendar. Hotel info & Group code is listed in the calendar
Flags Placement for “Flags For Fallen Vets”, Sunday May 30, 2021 @ 9:00 am at the Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell.
Please see the calendar for details and to RSVP.
CV&CCC Members: How well do you know places of interest in Citrus County? We will be having our first ever Scavenger Hunt on Saturday June 5th. Please see flyer below for details.
CV&CCC Members Bill & Joan Kaupp have arranged a luncheon cruise over to TooJay’s Deli & Bakery located in Brownwood in the Villages on Thursday June 10th at 2:30 p.m. Please see flyer below for details.
The Royal Caribbean Cruise ((Jan 29 - Feb 5)) itinerary has been added. Please see flyer below for details.
We proudly support the hard work of the National Corvette Museum in their never ending mission - The Celebration of the Corvette's Invention, and the Preservation of the legendary automobile's past, present, and future. The Museum will serve as an educational and research model for all to enjoy.
“You need to be a part of what is happening. You need to watch it… to witness it. The caliber of competition we are facing, all these new cars, this is going to lead to some of the closest, most exciting racing ever. I can’t wait until the next race. Five years from now, this will be the year everyone will be talking about.”
Barry Daniels - March 2
Don Aijello - March 18
Bob Jesanis - March 29
Gordie Hayes - March 30
INFO INCLUDED IN THE TOP BLUE MENU AREA - PLEASE SEE ABOVE
The 2020 Corvette Final Model Year Stats – National Corvette Museum
- ALL 2020 C8 CORVETTE NEWS....
- ALL 2021 C8 CORVETTE NEWS...
- CAMARO FORUM.
In the example below, if you have already RSVP'd to the event it shows
"You have x RSVPs for this Event. View your RSVPs"
If you have to cancel for any reason, you have 2 Options:
1) Click on View your RSVPs and follow the prompts.
2) Click on "Can't Go" and follow the prompts.
If you have any questions please call or email me.
Secretary & Director of Communications
We have released dates for May, June, July, and August. You can call me to get registered or go online with your VIN to get registered. If you book online put my name in the comments box and my manager will send it to me so I can call you back to finalize everything!
We are also running a SUMMER SPECIAL!! Attend a school between July 2nd and August 31st in order to qualify!! This special will offer a discount of $200 off and a total of 2 nights of accommodations complimentary! This means for those who own a brand new C8 will receive their school for $800 and a total of 2 nights included. For those paying the retail cost or for any additional drivers, the cost is now $3495 and 2 nights of accommodations during this time frame.
As the “Official High Performance Driving School of Corvette”, you will receive first class instruction in current model Corvettes. The C8 Stingray Z51 is the exclusive car of the Ron Fellows Performance Driving School.
As a new C8 owner, you’ll receive a two-day school for$1,000 plus one free night of accommodations. Only first retail purchasers of new and unused C8 Stingray Corvettes are eligible. The certificate is not transferable, one owner per VIN, and you must have taken delivery of your car to book the school. The certificate is only good for one year from the date you took delivery of the car.
If you have a spouse or additional driver that want to attend with you, the cost is $3,695.00 for the class and I can offer them a 10% discount!
Dates are filling up fast! Below is the link to the current dates we have available. I have also attached a schedule to this email. I will keep you updated on dates as they are added.
Registration is set up online for all new C8 owners, however I would love for you to call me so I can assist you in getting signed up! If you sign up online, put my name in the comments box so I can call you back to book your accommodations and finalize the registration process. I will need your VIN and credit card when we talk, so please have them readily available.
Depending on where you are located, you may need to book a flight into Las Vegas. The airport to fly into would be McCarran International Airport. Las Vegas is about 55 miles from our facility. While taxis, Uber, Lyft, etc. may be available from Las Vegas to Pahrump, they will not be available from Pahrump to Las Vegas. You must have a vehicle. Some buildings on property may be up to 1.5 miles away. We recommend your guest accompany you to breakfast and drop you off at the classroom, use the vehicle for their leisure during the day, and return to pick you up for lunch and from class at the end of the day.
I have attached a protocol sheet regarding COVID-19 on how we are handling this virus. Also, I have included a link to a short video we have created to show our customers and employees how seriously we are taking this virus, and how well we prep for our students and guests!
Have a great evening and I will talk to you soon!
Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club
4767 South Highway 160
Pahrump, NV 89048
Toll Free: 800-391-6891 Ext.232
Phone: (775) 727-6363
Fax: (775) 727-6366
Student COVID-19 FAQ
(only provide responses when asked)
Do I have to wear a mask?
There are times you will be asked to wear a mask based on the Governors mandate.
Most of the time you will not be in a public space where masks are required.
Sanitation stations are setup throughout the property with masks, gloved and hand sanitizer for anyone’s use.
What can my guest do during school?
At this time your guest can join you in the classroom as long as we have enough space to meet social distancing guidelines.
Guests can watch any paddock or track sessions from a safe distance.
At this time guests are not allowed in school cars so there is no seat time for anyone but students.
Clubhouse & Meals
Meals are served cafeteria style by masked and gloved employees with disposable plates, glasses and silverware.
Guests can spend time and use clubhouse area facilities throughout the day and evening.
Masks are not needed when eating and drinking.
How clean and safe is my school car?
Beyond our normal thorough cleaning we are disinfecting touchpoints like handles, buttons, shifter, steering wheel, etc. after each school.
After the disinfectant dries plastic seat and steering wheel coverings are added and left on until a student is ready to take over the car for their school
How are you monitoring the health of others?
Students: are being asked to complete a health survey less than a week before their arrival. If they answer yes to experiencing symptoms or being exposed to someone diagnosed their school will be rescheduled without penalty.
Employees: are completing a weekly health survey as well as completing a personal self-assessment each day. If an employee is experiencing symptoms or they were exposed to someone diagnosed they are being quarantined, tested and being kept off property until the proper amount of time has passed.
Members: are also taking the same survey and following the same process as students. Members are not allowed on property without an RSVP.
Picture Gallery from our last event:
Crumps Landing 2/25/2021
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