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Next club meeting - June 4th, 2024

East Tennessee Corvette Club

Where Enthusiast of America’s Sports Car Meet

Club Meetings

Celebrating Over 60 Years

The East Tennessee Corvette Club was founded in 1958 by Archie Clark (President), Bill Johnson, Jerry Thornton, and John Wagner in Maryville, Tennessee.  In 1968, Reeder Chevrolet built a new dealership and the club moved to that location. The club meets here today, and Reeder Chevrolet has consistently been a strong supporter of the club’s events.

The club has grown over the years and now has over four hundred members. The club offers activities for those interested in car shows, cruising, and parties.  The club meets once each month and plans an event for every month.

Club activities & upcoming events

Car Shows
Corvette shows are a fun-filled way to spend a weekend. Not only do you get an up-close view of all generations of America’s classic sports car, you get to meet folks from around the country who share in your enthusiasm for the car itself. ETCC has participated in shows from Maine to California and from Michigan to Florida.
Parades happen all the time, whether it's the Knoxville Veterans Day parade, Gatlinburg's 4th of July, or just a small town celebrating a winning football team. ETCC has even participated in a high school seniors end of year soccer team celebration. Why, even Corvettes attend a Christmas parade. So join us with your Vette decorated for the event or just come and wave at the people.
Drive & Dine
Drive and Dine events are a great way to explore the many backroads of East Tennessee. The events start at a convenient location and could be a short to long drive to a favorite restaurant. Sometimes, we'll stop along the way to take in a view of the Smokey Mountains or just gather for a group photo.
Weekend Trips
Pack your bag and head out for a weekend trip with other club members. A trip could be to attend another Corvette club's car show, tour a distillery, head over to the Corvette Museum, or even spend the weekend just sightseeing.
Rallies can be anything from a simple poker run to a complex time speed distance type rally. Some rallies are just for fun, while others are fundraisers to support our charities. Some rallies require you to answer questions during your drive the backroads of East Tennessee.