Corvette Expo celebrates 40 years of Corvette fun


By Allen Earl - [email protected]



March 17-18 the Corvette Expo will hold its annual spring event at the Sevierville Convention Center in Sevierville, Tennessee.

The Expo is held twice a year, once in the spring and once in the fall. This event is designed around America’s first and favorite sports car. There will be hundreds of Corvettes on the premises representing the seven generations plus race cars, exotics and more. There will also be vendors offering Corvette parts, jewelry, clothing, tools and more. It is a kid friendly event with Corvette and other toys for sale. Antique items are always found inside the building and at the swap meet outside. There is something for everyone.

Both days feature a park and show and absolutely free parking for those driving Corvettes. Also on Friday evening there will be a popular Corvettes Cruise the Smokies ride which is a beautiful line of Corvettes traveling through the back roads of the Smoky Mountain area. Concessions and meals will be available. During Saturday’s activities there will be an auction starting at 11:00 a.m. and it features vehicles of all types.

Byron Cooper and the rest of the Corvette Expo Staff would like to welcome everyone to the Spring event and come see what the Corvette lifestyle is all about.

The Fall event is scheduled for October 19-20 and features the World Record Setting Corvettes Cruise the Tail of the Dragon run. It is always a fun event to take part in.

For more information log on to www.corvetteexpo.com

Reach Allen Earl at 423-254-5588 or on Twitter @pitchadude.

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By Allen Earl

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