Cedar Rapids Corvette Club


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All About the Cedar Rapids Corvette Club:

The Cedar Rapids Corvette Club, Inc., or "CRCC" was incorporated in 1963 as an IRS 501(c)7 social club.  Although we are a non-profit organization, donations to our club are not tax deductible.  Our 2021 membership currently stands at 165 members.  The club is a member of the National Council of Corvette Clubs (NCCC).  Iowa is part of the West Region of NCCC, along with Nebraska, Kansas, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Missouri.  NCCC provides our insurance coverage for events and sets up rules and guidelines for our club.  CRCC is open to owners of Corvettes or any Corvette enthusiast (ownership of a Corvette is not required).  We have planned events, trips, social activities, car shows, autocrosses and various community events throughout the year.  A monthly newsletter is available for members to keep them informed of current events.  If you are interested in joining CRCC, please contact any club officer or write to:

Cedar Rapids Corvette Club, Inc

 P.O. Box 10193

 Cedar Rapids, IA 52410


The CRCC Articles of Incorporation are located here:       Articles of Incorporation

The CRCC By Laws are located here: CRCC ByLaws (revised November 2019)

The CRCC Standing Rules are located here:  Standing Rules - Amended 11-2019 - Rev K


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To join CRCC you MUST have attended two CRCC meetings or two CRCC events or one of each.  Membership in NCCC (National Council of Corvette Clubs) is mandatory with a CRCC primary membership.  To be an officer of CRCC, NCCC membership is mandatory for all types of membership.



New Member : CRCC - $20 Primary Member
  NCCC - $35 Primary Member
CRCC - $10 Spouse, Companion, Youth
  NCCC - $10 Spouse, Companion, Youth
Renewals : CRCC - $15 Primary Member
  NCCC - $25 Primary Member
  CRCC - $10 Spouse, Companion, Youth
  NCCC - $10 Spouse, Companion, Youth


CRCC maintains a display at Pat McGrath Chevyland with pictures of our activities.  Please feel free to stop by Chevyland and check us out.  All members are encouraged to send pictures from CRCC  or NCCC activities as well as personal Corvette outings to be included on the photo display.  The display will be changed and updated as sufficient new photos are available.   Please send photo files (jpg, bmp, or gif) to our Historian at:   malinda@mrfinley.com .


National Council of Corvette Clubs


CRCC has been a club member of NCCC since 1965 and has been active in national competition and social events ever since.

 The purpose of NCCC is to promote interest and enthusiasm in Corvette ownership and operation, and to provide an organized

 effort to encourage others to participate in the enjoyment connected with THE great American sports car. CRCC members have

 the opportunity to join the 18,333 plus individual NCCC members and enjoy great fun and benefits. Click the banner above to

 learn more about NCCC.


                               CRCC members are active in NCCC: 

Garland Groom is the CRCC NCCC West Region Governor. If you have questions related

to this area, please contact Garland Groom at gcgroom@gmail.com

Minutes of the NCCC West Region Governor's meetings can be read at this web site:  NCCC West Region.



NCCC is organized by Regions and CRCC is a member of the West Region. The West Region is comprised of corvette clubs

 from the states of North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, and Iowa.


CRCC also wants future generations of youngsters to acquire the enjoyment of and passion for Corvettes. CRCC encourages

 members to register their young family members with the Future Corvette Owners Association FCOA.  In fact, as of August

 2012, CRCC had the second most FCOA members within the west region NCCC!  FCOA provides cool items and educational

 activities for its members. 


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