https://corvettesnccc.org/Insurance.htmlCorvettes of Bakersfield is a local Corvette Club dedicated to supporting our local charities and communities through fund raising events.
Regular meetings are held at:
4501 Wible Rd.(99 and White Lane)
Second floor Meeting Room.
Stairs and Elevator are located back by the Parts Dept.
Reminder…for those who drive their Corvettes to the meeting we will be parking along the curb at the entrance to Three-Way’s employee lot and if you are driving a vehicle other then a Corvette please park in Three-Way’s employee lot behind the Commercial Truck Center ( the old C&R Motors).
Membership is open to Corvette owners and enthusiasts. Come to a club meeting or attend one of our events. Regular meetings are held at 6:30 pm on the 2nd Tuesday of each month (with the exception of December). Our meetings are held at 3-Way Chevrolet 4501 Wible Rd. (99 and White Lane), Bakersfield, CA.
Advantages of Corvettes of Bakersfield Membership
- $5M Liability Policy through NCCC (National Council of Corvette Clubs) during any COB official event
- Nationwide discounts on goods and services through NCCC
- Special COB Club pricing for new vehicles at Three-Way Chevrolet (you must ask for COB member Robert Villanueva)
- 10% off parts and labor at Three-Way Chevrolet
- VIP service on the Cadillac Side when bringing in your Corvette
Click on the link below to join Corvettes of Bakersfield!
Monthly Local Events
For a full list of our monthly events, visit our Events Page
CORVETTES OF BAKERSFIELD INC.
P.O. Box 22065
Bakersfield, CA. 93390-2065
Non Profit ID# 77 0297679
A social and recreational club (Corporation and a 501(c)7) operated exclusively for the pleasure, recreation and other non-profit purposes and supported solely by membership fees, dues and assessments.
Corvettes of Bakersfield Inc. and all of its business and activities are to be operated and conducted in the promotion of its charitable objectives and purposes:
A) To encourage interest in the ownership of the CORVETTE.
B) To promote and enhance the CORVETTE public image.
C) To promote and enhance the image of KERN COUNTY and the CITY OF BAKERSFIELD.
D) To promote and assist CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS.
E) To promote and organize CORVETTE related activities.
F) To obtain increased benefits and services for CLUB MEMBERS.
A HISTORY OF CORVETTES OF BAKERSFIELD
A little bit of past and present history about Corvettes of Bakersfield, Inc., a non-profit organization. It was established in November 1967 as Associated Corvettes, a Bakersfield Corvette club and a voting member of The Western States Corvette Council. In 1969 Associated Corvettes brought to Bakersfield and hosted one of the largest Corvette Conventions in the Western States. The Corvette Council’s Pre-convention, with Corvettes coming from as far away as Mississippi, put Bakersfield on the Corvette map.
With a name change in the early 1970’s the club became known as Corvettes of Bakersfield, a better fitting name to promote and enhance the image of Kern County and the City of Bakersfield to the rest of the Corvette Clubs, their families and our Kern County Sponsors and Charities.
Today Corvettes of Bakersfield, Inc. has a membership of 88 families, meets the second Tuesday of every month at Three Way Chevrolet on 4501 Wible Road in Bakersfield at 6:30 pm. Three Way Chevrolet is our main sponsor and generously donates their meeting room for our use.
Through club member donations, car shows, runs and BBQ’s, Corvettes of Bakersfield supports several local charities. In 1992 Corvettes of Bakersfield hosted the First Annual Gambler’s Classic Car Show in Lake Havasu, Nevada. Today, Corvettes of Bakersfield is working on our 21st Gamblers Classic to be held in Laughlin Nevada in April of 2018. With over 700 Corvettes attending in previous shows, the Gambler’s Classic has become the largest anticipated Corvette Show in the Western States.
All proceeds collected from the car show are brought back to Kern County for our local charities. To date Corvettes of Bakersfield has donated close to $300,000 to charities in and around Bakersfield. Some of these charities, to name a few, have been Alpha Canine Sanctuary, Arthritis Association Aquatic Center, Avon Walk for Life, Bakersfield College Scholarships, Bethany Homeless Services, Calif. Highway Patrol Widows and Orphans Fund, Calif. Living Museum, Car Quest Cancer Kids Christmas Fund, Crippled Children’s Society, Groynedd Merc Academy, Hoffman Hospice, Homemaker Care Program, Jameson Children’s Center, Kern County Search & Rescue, The SPCA, Love Inc., Muscular Dystrophy Association, Special Olympics, The Friendship House and Three Way Chevrolet’s Charity Golf Tournament. Corvettes of Bakersfield has also donated to several other local charities on an as needed basis when asked.
Corvettes of Bakersfield, Inc. would like to thank all of its members, sponsors, friends and volunteers for all the support, love and time donated to our cause.
Please visit us on our website for up and coming events and more information on our club, corvettesofbakersfield.org. Visit and like our 2 facebook pages Corvettes of Bakersfield and Corvettes of Bakersfield Group.
Corvettes of Bakersfield President